‘de Ven’ hopes the Spurs will be sent down to meet the ghosts.

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Mickey van de Ven, young energetic center of Tottenham Hotspur, confirms his physical condition is fully fit once again. Ready to hope that the agency will give him the opportunity to play in an important away game against Manchester United this week.

De Ven moved from Wolfsburg to join the “Golden Spurs” army with a fee including add-ons of 43 million pounds when during the summer And was the starter throughout the first 11 matches, leading Ange Postecoglou’s team to soar to the top of the league. โปรโมชั่น ufabet

However, the 22-year-old Dutch defender injured his hamstring. During the game losing to Chelsea 4-1 and not playing until returning to the reserve list in the most recent match, defeating Burnley 1-0 in the FA Cup, the

absence of De Ven, including Christian Ro. Mero caused Postecoglou to turn to full-back Ben Davies and Emerson Royal in central midfield, while their performance dropped to fifth place, while Tottenham made moves

in the market. The defender released Eric Dier, who was not in the plans, and brought in Radu Dragusin from Genoa for around 25 million pounds. “

I’m very happy to be back fit,” De Ven said. A Fen interviewed to update the situation. In the middle of last week before Before this week there is an important match away to Old Trafford.

“Being with the team is always good, even if just sitting on the bench. But this week the big game is coming up. So hopefully I can get on the field.”

“It’s a long wait, maybe 10 weeks. Having to watch from the sidelines makes you frustrated. But now I’m feeling good. And there’s no more pain. So I think I’m ready. Tottenham

will have to duel with United without Son Heung-min, who is on national team duty. But they have good news: Christian Romero is back in training and has a chance to pair with De Ven.

“We have a lot of players back in a good time. The second half of the season is a crucial time. So hope everyone can keep fit. Then we will see where the team finishes.” De Ven concluded.