Following knee surgery, Ryan Bertrand is expected to miss the rest of the season.
The injury occurred during the warm-up before Leicester City‘s 6-3 loss to Manchester City on Boxing Day. Brendan Rodgers has described the 32-year-season old as “very hard,”. He is unlikely to rejoin his teammates until pre-season training for next season begins.
Ryan Bertrand is now out for the season
Following talks, an operation was determined to be necessary. Manager Brendan Rodgers now expects the 32-year-old to miss the rest of the season. Returning in the summer.
Ryan Bertrand has been left out of the Europa Conference League team to create a way for James Justin and Wesley Fofana. Who have both recovered from long-term injuries.
Ryan Bertrand, who signed on a free transfer in the summer. Had a poor debut season at the King Power Stadium due to knee surgery. Only one of his 11 starts has resulted in a win: the Community Shield at Wembley in August.
Soon later, the former England international caught Covid and missed the opening three Premier League games of the season. His most recent appearance was as a substitute in the Carabao Cup quarter-final against Liverpool. Where he missed a penalty shoot-out spot-kick.
While making a place for the returning James Justin and Wesley Fofana. Ryan Bertrand has been left out of Leicester City’s Europa Conference League roster.
With City needing to make place for their two crucial defenders. Who was left out of the Europa League squad in the autumn? The injured left-back is the unfortunate man to miss out.
While both will be eligible to compete in the new tournament, which kicks off this month with City facing Danish Cup winners Randers in a two-legged tie. Manchester City was allowed to make a maximum of three changes to their List A squad for Uefa’s competitions. Which had to be filed last week after they finished third in their Europa League group.
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