The trend on major injuries before the restart of the new season is one which is worrying. There is a growing list of top EPL players who are not going to be able to play next season, or those who will start mid -way. The highlights of some of them is as below;
The Leicester defender broke his leg last week while playing in a pre-season friendly against Villareal. He is set to be out for the whole of next season. A blow to his team mates.
He twisted his ankle in a pre-season friendly against Athletic Bilbao. Initial reports claim that the type of injury he sustained is likely to keep him out for the whole of next season.
Rashford is set to undergo a shoulder surgery. Probably why he didn’t play a lot in the EURO’s. He is likely to be out till October.
He got an ankle injury against Chelsea in a pre-season friendly. It wasn’t so serios and so he is set to miss the first month after the start of the new season.
The Arsenal man is still out after he got an injury before the Olympics begun. The injury was on his knee and he is still set to be on the sidelines.
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