Conte reveals good news, Richarlison is not seriously injured and will fit in time for the World Cup

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Spurs head coach Antonio Conte has confirmed Richarlison will be fit for the World Cup. Because the calf injury is not serious and hopes to return to the field to help the UFABET team before that

Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte has confirmed that Samba striker Richarlison There was a very mild calf injury. After receiving the scan and will be fit in time to help brazil national team. Fight the 2022 World Cup in Qatar which is about to open in November

Antonio Conte

The 25-year-old was substituted from the pitch in the 52nd minute of Tottenham ‘s 2-0 home win over Everton in the English Premier League on Saturday. Which after the game Brazilian spearhead Leaving the field with crutches along with the interview with tears. The dream of playing at the World Cup may have slipped away. For fear of not being able to fit in time

Recently , Spurs boss Antonio Conte revealed the good news. I can assure you that Richarlison does not risk missing out on the World Cup. It was an injury, but it wasn’t serious. He has a calf problem. I think he needs time to recover and get fit. I hope he plays another game with us. Before the World Cup, but of course the injury is not serious. I am happy for this player. Because playing in the World Cup is every player’s dream. And because of that, I’m happy for him.

Conte has helped turn the form of the London team back to better than usual. Less than a year since taking office, he now has 23 points, equaling Manchester City four points behind leaders Arsenal, but his contract expires at the end of the season. Pers have the option of extending his contract for another year, but the Italian says he will remain focused on his squad ahead of the World Cup. 

“The most important thing is to try to prepare well for the games that are going to compete at this moment. Then I talked to the club about the situation. And we will find the best solution for all parties,” Conte said ahead of the game against Manchester United on Wednesday, October