The Spurs and Wales ace underwent groin surgery and is expected to resume training with the squad during pre-season
The 26-year-old Spurs ace was set to have a hernia operation after the Champions League final but he delayed going under the knife to be available for Wales in Euro 2020 qualifying action.
Davies was thus a surprise inclusion in Ryan Giggs's squad played the full 90 minutes for the Dragons as they fell to defeats away in Croatia on Saturday 8 June and away in Hungary three days later.
Tottenham confirmed the news about Davies on their official Twitter feed:
@Ben_Davies33 has undergone groin surgery today.— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) 13 June 2019
Ben will now undertake a period of rehabilitation and is expected to resume training with the squad during pre-season. #THFC ⚪️ #COYS pic.twitter.com/oj1lj04RMt
Some Spurs fans responded to the post and tweeted their well wishes to the full-back on the social media platform:
Speedy recovery, Ben!— Amiliana Riandya (@amilianarp) 13 June 2019
See you on the pre-season!
Hope it’s been successful - get well soon Ben - we have trophies to win— Rachel Martin (@RachelVMartin) 13 June 2019
Speedy recovery Ben— Sondays (@sonswembley) 14 June 2019
Hope you have a good and smooth recovery Ben— Scarlett (@bxnnydavies) 13 June 2019
Rest up Ben thank you for delaying your op to play in the 2 welsh games now have a long rest so fighting fit for the new season COYS— gareth barnes (@gazb73) 13 June 2019
Look after yourself Ben. Take it easy, come back stronger xx— Kim Woodgate (@Kimmyatmtwd) 14 June 2019
have a smooth recovery ben, we’ll see you back on the pitch soon! x— megg (@meganxthfc) 13 June 2019
Good recovery Ben ! (Now announce Tanguy Ndombele)— Spurs (@Spurzinho) 13 June 2019
We need to play with more intensity the upcoming season!!— Alejandro Zagal (@ir75ale31) 13 June 2019
Davies was named as a substitute for Tottenham's Champions League final defeat to Liverpool in Madrid, but was not called upon, his last club appearance coming in their 2-2 home draw on the last day of the 2018-19 Premier League season against Everton.
Spurs will get their Premier League season underway on 10 August with a home game against newly promoted Aston Villa.
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