Tottenham expert issues Maksim Paskotsi update after he 'vanished off the earth'
Maksim Paskotsi will soon return to the Tottenham Under-21 side after being diagnosed with a heart condition.
That is according to Spurs expert John Wenham, who regularly breaks news about the club on his Lilywhite Rose social media channels.
Paskotsi has not played for any of Spurs’ youth sides since May 2022.
In March 2022, Wenham first told Football Insider how the defender has come down with Covid though it has now been revealed he suffered complications.
Wenham claims Paskotsi will soon return to the Under-21s side.
“Paskoti was a player I used to talk about all the time,” Wenham told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.
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“He made his debut in the Conference League under Nuno and featured heavily in a few pre-season games at right-back and centre-back.
“He sort of vanished off the Earth. I put a tweet out a while ago saying that he had Covid and unfortunately there were some side effects he was suffering with as a result.
“The Estonian national side’s coach has now gone a bit further with the information, saying there is some sort of heart condition.
“That being said, it does sound like he has been given the all-clear now and he should start playing football again which is great to hear.
“I am just wishing him well because we need him.”
Paskotsi joined the club from Estonian outfit FC Flora in the summer of 2020 and has featured heavily for Spurs’ various youth sides.
He is already a regular for the Estonia national side and made his senior Spurs debut during the 2021-22 season in the qualifying rounds of the Europa Conference League.