Former Arsenal prospect Jeff Reine-Adelaide is ready for a chronic spell on the sidelines after struggling a second anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) within the area of simply 14 months.
Scans have revealed that the 23-year-old midfielder sustained a severe harm whereas taking part in for Good throughout Wednesday night time’s Ligue 1 conflict in opposition to Monaco, as per a report from GFFN.
The Lyon loanee ruptured the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, having suffered an an identical harm in his reverse knee taking part in for the French giants in opposition to Rennes in December 2019.
Reine-Adelaide travelled again to his mum or dad membership on Friday with surgical procedure anticipated to happen over the weekend.
The midfielder joined Lyon in August 2019 for a deal believed to be value within the area of £23million having impressed for Angers following his everlasting departure from Arsenal a yr earlier.
He confirmed some early promise in his maiden marketing campaign together with his new membership, earlier than the aforementioned cruciate ligament harm curtailed his season coupled with the postponement of soccer final yr amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Having discovered taking part in alternatives restricted at first of 2020/21, the teenager joined Good in a season-long mortgage deal.
It’s understood that they’ve the choice to make the deal everlasting for a payment believed to be £22.5m, however that appears impossible after Reine-Adelaide’s newest merciless setback.