Skipp has impressed during his time at Carrow Road, playing in 45 league games for Daniel Farke’s side, and many supporters have expressed their desire for the academy graduate to play a part in the Tottenham first team in 2021/22.
The statement claims that Skipp should be fit and ready to go for the start of pre-season, but his injury setback has frustrated a large section of the club’s supporters.
“Dr Tottenham strikes again”
“NOOOOOOOO NOT SKIPPYYYY”
“god damn it”
“As soon as he is due back he’s injured, so typical that”
“Couldnt write it…”
Tottenham are currently without a permanent manager following Jose Mourinho’s dismissal, so whether Skipp has a place in the first-team next season remains unclear, however, this injury is unlikely to help his cause.