Tottenham coach Jose Mourinho is currently battling with an option to replace injured Steven Bergwijn as Spurs face RB Leipzig in the Champions League.

This development has occurred after the recent injury woes that have hit Spurs from Harry Kane, Son, Moussa Sissoko, and Bergwijn at the moment.

Bergwijn,  who was signed for £27million in January pulled up at the end of Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Burnley and will miss their next game in Germany.

The injury is a major concern for Mourinho because Spurs will be hoping to overturning their Champions League first-leg deficit against RB Leipzig.

The Losing Bergwijn is a huge setback for Spurs, who are already missing Harry Kane and Heung-min Son as they bid to claw back a 1-0 deficit in the last-16 tie.

Over the weekend, Bergwijn limped off the pitch in discussion with members of Tottenham’s medical staff at Turf Moor as an assessment of his injury continued.

Berjwijn did not train with the rest of the Spurs squad this morning and has been ruled out, eventhough Jose Mourinho had hoped the 22-year-old would be fit to face RB Leipzig.

Since Tottenham must score in Germany to have any chance of progressing, Mourinho’s next option might just be  Dele Allin who will likely lead the attack line.