Alex Morgan seeks to return to the courts after giving birth to her first daughter Charlie Elena Carrasco. After 9 months of pregnancy, a pandemic and the first months of her baby’s life, Alex signed with Tottenham, a club with which he seeks to find his best level to be ready for the Tokyo Olympics, same that were postponed a year due to the coronavirus, but after a month of arriving in England, the world champion with United States has yet to make his English league debut.
The expectations of a debut against Arsenal were high, but it was the footballer herself who announced that she was not ready to have her first minutes this Sunday against the Gunners, this through a message on social networks where she reported that a setback left her out of this game, since she did not feel in the best physical condition to face the match.
“Here we go!! A small setback that prevents me from doing what I love. I can’t wait to get on the field with this team in the next few weeks. I literally can’t wait ”, expressed the captain of the United States Women’s Soccer Team on her Twitter account, this accompanied by the tweet where the club announces the date and time of the match against Arsenal.
Here we go!! A small setback keeping me from doing what I love. Can’t wait to get on the field with this team in the next few weeks. Literally can’t wait. 💙🤍 https://t.co/4uiSUkGVjX
— Alex Morgan (@alexmorgan13) October 18, 2020
After giving this message, Alex Morgan must continue training to find the physical condition desired by both her and the team and thus be able to debut as soon as possible with the Spurs, so it is expected that he can debut in the next two days. Tottenham’s next matches are against Reading WFC on November 8 at 09:00 ET the next match will be against Bristol City WFC on November 15 at 09:00 ET.