Luton Town confirmed boost as Spurs key player now ruled out of clash

Report: Spurs attacker will miss the Luton Town game through injury.
Tottenham Hotspur will have to make do without Brennan Johnson for their trip to Kenilworth Road on Saturday afternoon, as the 22-year-old has been ruled out of the game against Luton Town.

In a deadline day move, Spurs spent £47.5m on Nottingham Forest hero Brennan Johnson in an attempt to bolster Ange Postecoglou‘s front line.

Postecoglou wasted no time in throwing the young Welshman into his team, either. Despite competition from the likes of Richarlison and Manor Solomon, Johnson was given the nod to start the North London derby last month after a lively cameo appearance against Sheffield United.

Johnson lasted just over an hour of the game against Arsenal, however, before being taken off due to a hamstring issue.

The winger missed the win over Liverpool last weekend entirely, but Spurs fans will be keen to see more of their latest acquisition as soon as possible.

Brennan Johnson ruled out of the Luton game

Brennan Johnson suffers Tottenham injury during North London Derby clash vs  Arsenal -

However, they may have to wait a little longer, sadly. According to the latest from The Athletic, Johnson will not be available for selection for the game against Luton Town on Saturday.


It had been touch and go as to whether Johnson would be fit for the game, but it has now been confirmed that the hamstring concern will rule him out of the visit to the newly promoted side.


There are no details regarding when exactly Johnson will be back, but it appears likely that we will have to wait until after the international break to see the attacker back in action.


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