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‘From the first day he got here…’: Tottenham star opens up on equation with Postecoglou

By Saikat -

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Rodrigo Bentancur has now opened up on his equation with manager Ange Postecoglou.

The 26-year-old Uruguayan international has had his share of injury problems this season, but he has revealed that the Australian manager has been very supportive towards him. He added that the 58-year-old has been keeping constant tabs on his rehabilitation.

He said to Football London: “For me personally, I had to delay getting started working with him (Ange) a little bit as a result of my knee injury. But he really was a great source of support for me. From the first day he got here, he was always keeping a close eye on how my knee injury was progressing. He’d ask me every week how I was feeling and how the rehab was coming along. He’s an excellent person and he’s shown just what a great professional he is too.”

It is evident that the Tottenham players are enjoying working with Australian manager and he has created an impressive environment within the club.

The Australian will be hoping to help Tottenham secure Champions League qualification this season. They are currently fifth in the league table and it remains to be seen whether they can finish the season strongly.

Meanwhile, Bentancur will look to get his career back on track with regular football in the coming months. There is no doubt that he is a quality player who will improve Tottenham immensely if he can stay fit for the rest of the season.

The South American is capable of operating operating as a defensive midfielder as well as a box to box midfielder. He will add drive and defensive cover to the side.

Tottenham could certainly use the extra depth and quality in the middle of the park in the coming weeks and Bentancur’s return could not have been better timed.

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