Crystal Palace has emerged as the favorite to land Tottenham midfielder Ryan Mason in the summer transfer window.
After falling down the ranks at White Hart Lane, Ryan Mason could be on his way to Bournemouth in search of a starting role.
Ryan Mason has been training as he returns from a lengthy ankle injury but Mauricio Pochettino announced the midfielder still needs to be assessed on Friday before determining if he is ready for selection against Watford in Week 25.
Ryan Mason continues to be hampered by an ankle injury that will see him left out of contention for Tottenham's trip to Crystal Palace this weekend.
Ryan Mason was thought to be very close to returning to action from an ankle injury when Spurs drew with Leicester City over the weekend and might do so when Tottenham play the Foxes again on Wednesday.
Mauricio Pochettino confirmed that Ryan Mason is available for selection when Tottenham host Norwich City on Boxing Day.
Mauricio Pochettino indicated in his press conference ahead of Tottenham's match with Southampton that Ryan Mason and Clinton N'Jie will miss out.
Ryan Mason has been ruled out for Tottenham's trip to the Hawthorns in Week 15 with an ankle issue but Mauricio Pochettino made a point to suggest the injury is not too serious.
Mauricio Pochettino has indicated that Ryan Mason will be available for selection when Tottenham take on R.S.C. Anderlecht tonight in Brussels.
Ryan Mason, Mousa Dembele and Nabil Bentaleb, who have all been sidelined for several matches, will once again miss out when Tottenham travel to the Liberty Stadium on Sunday to face Swansea City.
It took a late goal by Ryan Mason, but Tottenham were finally able to notch their first victory of the season, squeaking by Sunderland, 0-1.
Ryan Mason is expected to be available for the first match of the Premier League season despite missing the clubs’ All-Star MLS game in Denver, USA because of a knee injury.
Tottenham midfielder Ryan Mason has been withdrawn from the England squad after picking up an injury in training this week.
Tottenham earned a first win in six games as they bounced back from losing the League Cup final by beating Swansea.