BREAKING NEWS: Tottenham’s Covid outbreak “has become worse”, to go with seven players from the first team who have already been positive. With this in mind, the club is asking for a postponement to their Premier League game at Brighton

  • Spurs have been hit by a Covid-related outbreak. Seven players were positive for the disease. 
  • According to reports, the situation is now more dire and they are at great risk for their Brighton trip. 
  • Antonio Conte’s men will face Rennes at the Conference League  

Tottenham’s Sunday match against Brighton is in danger of being delayed after the Covid outbreak, which reportedly grew.

Spurs received a shocker when seven of their players tested positive for the virus following a lateral flow. The squad is still waiting to see the results from a PCR test. 

But now the Evening Standard report the situation was worsened with more positive cases – and now Spurs are set to request that their Premier League away trip to Brighton on Sunday is pushed back.

Tottenham's Covid outbreak has reportedly worsened and their Brighton clash is at risk

According to reports, the Covid epidemic in Tottenham has worsened. Their clash with Brighton is now at risk 

Tottenham is already preparing for Rennes in the UEFA Conference League game on Thursday. The European body has previously confirmed that the match will go ahead. However, their game at AMEX appears doubtful.

Antonio Conte is devastated by the outbreak. His Spurs side has won three consecutive games, and Conte wants to maintain momentum. 

Spurs are already playing a match after Burnley’s clash. Conte is disappointed that he will miss another chance to bring the gap between the top four, even though Conte has a few top players.  

Stay tuned for more.