West Ham player Andriy Yarmolenko to be out for somewhere around 6 months just after he underwent surgical treatment on an
Achilles injury on Monday.
The off-season signing from Borussia Dortmund suffered the blow in
the London derby defeat to Tottenham at the London Stadium on Saturday.
Yarmolenko was carried off on a stretcher in the 40th minute just after
appearing to get his studs caught in the turf and he appeared in some
discomfort although receiving medical treatment inside of the opposition
The 28-year-old winger, who has scored two goals in nine Leading
League appearances for the Hammers, could return to motion right before the
finish of the season if all goes perfectly with his restoration.
“West Ham United can ensure that Andriy Yarmolenko has been through
prosperous surgical treatment to repair service a damaged Achilles tendon,” a assertion
from the east London club go through.
“The Ukraine intercontinental sustained the harm throughout Saturday’s 1-
defeat against Tottenham Hotspur at London Stadium. He had an operation
on Monday early morning and is envisioned to be sidelined for around 6
Irons head of medical services Richard Collinge included: “Andriy’s
operation went perfectly and we will now do the job challenging to help him all over
the rehabilitation process.
“His restoration will be planned very very carefully and we have each and every
assurance that he will return to full fitness in the scheduled