Kenyan Intenational Victor Wanyama has speeded up his recovery as the midfielder is reported to have returned to full training at Tottenham Hotspurs. Wanyama’s recovery comes at a great time as Harambee Stars are to play in this year’s African Cup Of Nations set to start in June.
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Wanyama, whose was last involved in a full match in Harambee Star’s victory against Ethiopia, has been sidelined since November with a knee i****y.
“Wanyama we will see if it is possible for the weekend. It is very good news in the last few days,” Pochettino said in his prematch conference on Sunday. Pochettino confirmed that Wanyama is in contention but is unlikely to be involved in Spurs’ clash with Chelsea on Thursday.
Forward Lucas Moura and midfielder Moussa Sissoko were also sidelined due to i******s but are more likely to feature in the fixture.
Harambee Stars’ fans will be hoping that Wanyama maintains fitness until the AFCON as the 27-year old is a key member of the Kenyan squad.