Javier Manquillo’s condition has been updated, and fresh Trippier accusations have surfaced – good and bad news?
With Kieran Trippier expected to be out for some time, all eyes have been on Javier Manquillo, his potential successor and another player who was forced out due to injury on Sunday.
Early indications, according to Craig Hope of The Mail, indicate that the damage he sustained is ‘not too serious.’
He says that the club is waiting for additional information, but it appears that his worries of major ankle ligament injury may be alleviated in the coming days.
Some reports stated the right-back would be out for 6-8 weeks after suffering a broken metatarsal, but he’s disclosed that data gathered over the previous ten years shows an average RTP (return to play) period of ‘approximately 80 days’ for this exact ailment, implying he’ll be out for 10-11 weeks.
To brighter news, here’s Craig Hope’s Manquillo update, followed by some troubling reports about the injury Trippier has picked up ahead of surgery:
Javier Manquillo is Trippier’s most probable deputy.
On Sunday, he, too, was hurt, and Howe was concerned about ankle ligament damage.
‘We’re waiting for more findings, but word this morning is that it’s not too serious.’Let’s hope it really is good news on the increasingly reliable Manquillo, with Trippier set to be missing for a couple of months.
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