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Postecoglou confirms Tottenham will be without Porro and Udogie for the Wolves clash at the weekend

Tottenham Hotspur is currently facing challenges with injuries among its key players. Manager Ange Postecoglou provided an update on the team’s condition, revealing that Pedro Porro, the Spurs’ starting right-back, has suffered a strain in training and is expected to be sidelined for a couple of weeks. Destiny Udogie, Porro’s colleague on the left part of Tottenham’s defensive lineup, experienced a knock but his issue is not considered serious and the player is anticipated to be back for the game next weekend.

The situation is tougher for the back-up goalkeeper Fraser Forster, who has sustained a fracture in his foot, likely keeping him out of action for a couple of months. These injuries present Postecoglou with tactical dilemmas, particularly in the defensive department, as the Spurs lose two key wide players temporarily.

Amidst these challenges, Ange Postecoglou addressed rumours linking him to the managerial position at Liverpool. The Australian dismissed these speculations with a laugh, indicating that his focus remains firmly on the Spurs.