The Tottenham and England ace will miss Spurs' pre-season tour of Asia.
A number of Tottenham Hotspur fans have taken to Twitter to wish Eric Dier well following the announcement that he will miss Spurs' pre-season tour of Asia, as confirmed on the official Lilywhites website.
On Saturday afternoon, Spurs announced that the England international had undergone a medical procedure to correct an issue detected during medical assessments on the first day of pre-season training.
Tottenham confirmed that Dier's procedure was successful but stated that the defensive midfielder will have to miss the club's trip to Singapore and Shanghai as he undergoes rehabilitation.
Here is what some of the Lilywhites faithful wrote on the social media platform regarding the update on their player:
. So unfair all these problems stopping him from getting 100% fit again. Get well soon, Eric— georgia (@8winks) 13 July 2019
Poor lad can’t catch a break. Appendicitis, tonsillitis, injuries and now this. Hope he has a clear run now, always will be an important member of the squad. Get well soon Eric @ericdier— Captn Hugo (@CaptnHugo) 13 July 2019
Hope you’re okay @ericdier. Make sure you rest up well mate and get back in great shape for a super strong season this year.— ☀️ sonaldo ☀️ (@SonTwoThree) 13 July 2019
Have a good recovery Eric, need you back at your best— Manny (@mani_mal_) 13 July 2019
Can’t catch a break— Luke (@thfcIuke) 13 July 2019
Poor bloke, lost last 6months through injury or illness & now this. Come back stronger Eric— Sonny Delight (@WarksSpurs) 13 July 2019
Poor guy, just when he thought got past previous illnesses , now misses the tour! Get well soon @ericdier— Adrian (@adrianstixs) 13 July 2019
Best wishes Eric, been a rough year. Get yourself fit & well. A fully functioning Eric Dier makes our team & club better— Gary Russell (@gjrrox) 13 July 2019
How unlucky can he be? It's been injury after illness after injury after illness for him this year! I hope he has a speedy recovery.— Sophie (@humbug83) 13 July 2019
The 25-year-old endured a difficult 2018-19 season due to injury and illness, missing four games in October and November with a thigh muscle strain, before suffering with appendicitis and needing an appendectomy, which kept him out for more than a month.
Towards the end of the season, Dier went on to suffer a hip injury, which meant another month out.
He did finish the campaign on a relatively positive note as he claimed his first Premier League goal at the new stadium when he opened the scoring for Tottenham in the 2-2 final-day draw with Everton.
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