Injury relief for Christian Eriksen of Tottenham
There were some tensions that £ 11.5 million signing from Ajax Christian Eriksen might be on the sideline till next year after hobbling out of Denmark's 2 - 1 victory on Friday against Norway. Recent scans have showed that Christian has suffered a sprained ankle injury, Earlier it was thought that it was a more severe rupture to his ligaments.
Now, he is aiming Tottenham's EPL match at White Hart Lane against Liverpool on 15th December for his return.
According to reports, a Tottenham statement said: "Following an MRI scan on Monday it has been determined that Christian suffered a sprain of the lateral ankle ligaments. The scan showed no sign of ruptured ligaments, which will result in a shorter period of recovery for the attacking midfielder."
Christian Eriksen has mixed start to life at White Hart Lane following his arrival late in August. In his debut match against Norwich, he was the man of the match. Later he netted a Europa League victory against Norwegian team Tromso.
He, however, lost his spot in Andre Villas-Boas' side to Lewis Holtby following a dip in his form and had only returned to starting team before he got injured.
Roberto Soldado, the Tottenham striker, admitted that he has not been at his best form since going to England. Tottenham has spent £ 26 million to grab the Spanish player from Valencia in the summer, following fifty seven goals in his past 2 seasons at Mestalla.