Published: Tue, March 24, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho volunteers to help elderly amid coronavirus crisis

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho volunteers to help elderly amid coronavirus crisis

Bergwijn suffered the injury during Tottenham Hotspur's 1-1 draw with Burnley at the start of the month and coach Jose Mourinho feared the Dutch global would be out for the rest of the season.

The winger has been limited to seven appearances for Tottenham since signing from PSV Eindhoven in January in a £27million deal, scoring twice.

The 22-year-old has stepped up his rehabilitation recently and spoke about having a positive mindset to help him get through the injury.

"I'm making progress, ' Bergwijn told Spurs" official website.

"I'm making progress. I can walk now, so that's good news".

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I think it is a player who Mourinho knows well. I couldn't sleep. Now I have to come back stronger.

Mourinho arrived in north London as the sacked Mauricio Pochettino's successor but has so far struggled to turn the club's fortunes around, Spurs now sitting eighth in the Premier League and facing the likely possibility of a season without Champions League football next term.

The spread of the virus has given everyone a sense of perspective on life, including Bergwijn, who mentioned the difficulties it has caused in his homeland. I don't know, hard times.

"It's a hard time for everyone", he added. 'I see now in Holland it's insane, how people have to stay at home. We must all stay together during this hard time. It's about your health and that's important'.

Arch-rivals Arsenal and Tottenham have been linked with moves to secure the services of a proven Premier League performer.

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