QPR’s Luke Amos is more likely to miss the remainder of the season after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) towards Bournemouth.
The previous Tottenham midfielder, 23, hobbled off through the second half of Saturday’s goalless draw on the Vitality Stadium.
Rangers boss Mark Warburton performed down the importance of the harm after the sport, however talkSPORT has discovered that Amos is ready for a prolonged spell on the sidelines.
The midfielder will want surgical procedure and is predicted to be out of motion for at the least six months.
The newest information is a merciless blow to Amos, who suffered the same harm in his left knee in 2018 which saved him out of motion for over a 12 months.
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That curtailed Amos’ pathway to the Tottenham first workforce simply when he seemed to be forging himself into then Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino’s plans.
A defensive midfielder by commerce, Amos was an ever-present for QPR final season making 35 appearances throughout all competitions throughout his mortgage stint in west London.
He then signed a three-year contract on the Kiyan Prince Basis Stadium in August, as revealed by talkSPORT, ending his 13-year affiliation with Spurs.