0Shares0000Tottenham’s Victor Wanyama during training.LONDON, United Kingdom, Nov 1 – Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama has started field work training, although uncertainty surrounds if he could return to action this season as he recovers from a serious knee injury.According to Spurs’ official Twitter account, the Kenya international has started working out on the pitch as a part of his rehabilitation from injury he picked up on their pre-season tour of America in July. A tweet from the Premier League club read: “Victor Wanyama (knee) is starting field work training this week as he continues his recovery.”Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino had earlier expressed fears about Wanyama’s situation, telling the English media: “We are concerned about his situation. We must wait for when he sees a specialist and then we’ll see what happens.”Should the 26-year-old not be able to recover before the end of the current campaign, he could miss the Harambee Stars’ crucial 2019 Africa Cup of Nations clash against Ghana in March next year in Nairobi. Kenya lost their opening encounter in the competition 2-1 to Sierra Leone in Group F.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Inter Milan and Chelsea target Chelsea target Antonio Candreva 1 Inter Milan are ready to step up their pursuit of Chelsea target Antonio Candreva because Manchester City are closing in on Gabriel Jesus.Inter had been keen on landing Brazilian prospect, Jesus, this summer but new City boss Pep Guardiola seems set to win the race for his signature.And according to reports in Italy, that news has encouraged Inter to turn their attention back to landing Italy international Candreva.The 29-year-old Lazio man has been heavily linked with a move to Chelsea, who are now managed by his former national team coach Antonio Conte.Lazio are willing to sell him this summer but only if a club are prepared to pay their £21million asking price.Until now, Inter were only ready to offer around £15m for a player, who will turn 30 in February, but with their attempts to land Jesus failing, they may be about to up their bid.