‘We miss him’: Graham Roberts reacts to Tottenham’s official injury news about ‘front-runners’

Graham Roberts has told Rodrigo Bentancur to ‘hurry up’ and ‘come back’ as the Tottenham Hotspur midfielder presses ahead with his recovery from a long-term injury.

The Tottenham legend explained on Twitter that “we miss him” after the midfielder sustained a cruciate ligament injury in February that has kept him out of action ever since.

The last time Rodrigo Bentancur was on the pitch for Spurs Antonio Conte was in the dugout but when he returns not only is another manager in charge in Ange Postecoglou but Harry Kane may not even be at the club yet.

That would be a sea change and a huge shame as Bentancur, who has been a top-flight player for Spurs, would not be able to play in the future attacking midfield with Kane at the helm, although that hasn’t happened yet it seems , as if Daniel Levy would ward off all offers from FC Bayern.

With the start of the new Premier League season, Spurs posted on their social networks that Bentancur was running and “intensifying his rehab”.

These images would have lifted the spirits of Spurs fans as they need him back in action as soon as possible. Roberts shares his thoughts below.

Tottenham Hotspur training session and press conference
Photo by Tottenham Hotspur FC/Tottenham Hotspur FC via Getty Images

“We miss him,” Roberts said. “Hurry up and come back.”


Tottenham still have a while to wait but it’s getting closer as James Maddison, Yves Bissouma and Bentancur do their best in the middle of the park.

James Maddison speaks for himself and he is a player that Spurs have long yearned for, while Bissouma will play in a much better system and perform well this season.

Then there’s ‘leader’ Bentencur, who was one of the best players on his side last season, even though he stopped playing in February and the team’s performances faltered.

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Emma Bowman

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