Tottenham Hotspurs forward Steven Bergwijn could miss the rest of the season.

This development was disclosed by manager Jose Mourinho after the 22-year-old Netherlands forward, limped off with an ankle problem in the dying moments of Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Burnley.

Bergwijn who joined Spurs from PSV Eindhoven in January for £27m, came onboard when Harry Kane got an hamstring injury.

At the moment, Tottenham is going through serious injury woes, which started from Harry Kane (hamstring), Heung-min Son (broken arm) and Moussa Sissoko (knee) until next month.

Moreso, Ben Davies will also miss Tuesday’s Champions League last 16 return leg against RB Leipzig with a hamstring strain.

So far, Mourinho has made several comments concerning the injury problems. The recent comment from him was an update which he disclosed to the press on Bergwijn’s injury ahead of the clash in the Red Bull Arena. He said, “Ben – one week, two weeks. Steven, I don’t expect him to play this season.”

At the moment, Spurs said Bergwijn had suffered a “significant ankle sprain” and was set for “an extended period of rehabilitation”