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According to Dr. Rajpal Brar, Tottenham’s forward, Manor Solomon, is still in the recovery phase from his meniscus injury and won’t be ready for the upcoming clash against Manchester United on January 14th.
Dr. Brar, a specialist in physical therapy and sports science, explains the complexity of Solomon’s rehabilitation, emphasizing the need for caution as the player has been sidelined for more than three months.
In an exclusive discussion with Tottenham News, Dr. Brar stated, “He suffered a significant meniscus injury and had to undergo surgery on it.
That’s never easy, and the recovery does get tricky.”
To manage Solomon’s day-to-day activities and minimize the risk of re-injury, Dr. Brar recommends a systematic approach, gradually progressing back to full matches and incorporating multiple bounce matches.
He estimates that the 24-year-old is still a few weeks away from making a comeback.
The absence of Solomon impacts manager Ange Postecoglou’s options in the attacking third. Known for his versatility as a left winger, Solomon can also operate effectively on the right wing.
In the current season, he has contributed two assists in 198 Premier League minutes, proving to be a valuable depth option for the Lilywhites.
With several players currently sidelined due to injuries, the extent of Tottenham’s activity in the transfer window remains uncertain.