Everton midfielder Dele Alli has experienced an injury setback and will likely miss the first few games of the season.
According to the Daily Mail, Alli has been forced to dial back his rigorous training regimen due to his rehabilitation from hip surgery stalling.
His bid to reclaim his spot on the pitch is proceeding at a pace that has him and fans anxious for progress.
His determination is unquestionable, as he has been undertaking light training sessions in a bid to reach peak physical condition.
However, patience is the watchword, with Alli and the club adopting a cautious stance regarding his recovery.
Everton are fully committed to aiding Dele’s journey back to competitive action. They are standing with him and giving him all the time he needs to achieve the required fitness levels.
They will also be working with him to recover mentally after he recently disclosed his traumatic experiences of childhood sexual abuse.
He also confirmed he spent a six-week stint at an American addiction facility to combat his addiction to sleeping pills.
His admission showcases Alli’s resolve to conquer personal battles and underscores his tenacity as he pursues a triumphant comeback.
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