Ryan Sessegnon makes bold changes to his social media after being ruled out for six weeks in latest blow to Tottenham | The Sun

RYAN SESSEGNON has made a bold change to his Instagram account after being ruled out for six weeks by injury.

Tottenham boss Antonio Conte, who himself went under the surgeon’s knife this month, has suffered a number of key blows over the past few days.

Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has been sidelined for eight weeks, leaving him with just Fraser Forster as the club’s only senior stopper.

Rodrigo Bentancur will also miss the rest of the season after suffering an ACL tear against Leicester.

An MRI scan has confirmed that the Uruguayan midfielder will be out for at least six months.

That news came just days after Yves Bissouma was ruled out indefinitely after undergoing ankle surgery.


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With Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg suspended for the Champions League trip to AC Milan tonight, Conte will be left with just Oliver Skipp and Pape Matar Sarr to choose from in the midfield.

Now Conte and Spurs have been dealt another blow after wing-back Sessegnon suffered a hamstring strain.

The 22-year-old former Fulham ace, who has enjoyed a loan spell at German side Hoffenheim previously, did the dame in training ahead of Saturday’s 4-1 thrashing at Leicester City.

Now it has been claimed that he will be out of action for at least six weeks as the North London team’s problems continue to mount.

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However, after the news broke, fans were quick to spot today that Sessegnon had deleted all of his previous posts from his Instagram account.

His profile picture has also been removed, leaving just a black circle in its place.

Even more bizarrely, the ace has NOT done the same on his Twitter account, which still looks exactly the same.

He is not the first player to do this on Instagram in recent times.

Manchester United supporters were left baffled after Jadon Sancho wiped out his account back in November.

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