Tottenham suffered a premature injury blow after Son was excluded from the final World Cup qualifier in South Korea. Son joined the South Korean team for the first international break of the new season and played the full 90 minutes of their 0-0 draw with Iraq.

The veteran striker was also set to face Lebanon in the upcoming Group A qualifier but suffered a knock in training on Monday that will prevent him from playing. News in an official statement reads: “Son felt uncomfortable in his right calf after training yesterday He was examined by a doctor today for a sprain in his right calf muscle.

Tottenham manager Nuno Espirito Santo will now sweat over the availability of Son ahead of a Premier League game against Crystal Palace on Saturday might be dubious for the trip to Selhurst Park, where the Spurs will try to extend their start to the new season by 100 percent.

On September 18, just two days after the first Europa Conference League group match against Rennes, it would be a blow for Tottenham Son  injury could last for a period, especially as he scored victories against Manchester City and Watford last month. Nuno, however, will hire Harry Kane as a center-forward after a summer of transfer speculation has passed and Steven Bergwijn, Lucas Moura and Dele Alli should also be available this weekend.

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