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Leroy Sane gives Man City a surprise boost before Leicester

Scott Morris
  • Updated: On February 8, 2018 | 10:28 pm
  • Unexpected

    Manchester City have been given an unexpected boost this week regarding Leroy Sane and his injury which looked to keep him out for a number of weeks.

    The forward suffered a horrible injury in the cup when he received a horror tackle from a Cardiff star which caused ligament damage.

    Pep Guardiola then revealed that the player who likely be out for a decent amount of time, around seven weeks.

    Prior to that injury, the German was in fine form and had nailed down a regular spot on the left wing for Man City.

    Though, his serious injury looked to have derailed that until pictures of the player emerged this morning from the Mail.

    Not only did they show the player in fine spirits, they showed the player in training at the club.

    This comes under two weeks after the horror injury which is simply incredible and provides a huge boost ahead of their game against Leicester this weekend.

    Whether the player is likely to play any part this weekend has not been stated but you would still assume he will play no part.

    With him returning to training today, there could be a chance for him to face Basel in the Champions League the week after.

    If not, he could be in line to face Wigan in the FA Cup and complete his incredibly swift return from injury.

    Fears for David Silva before Leicester

    While the Sane news is no doubt positive, there is some negative news.

    That is because David Silva now looks likely to miss the Leicester game this weekend.

    The Spaniard has been dealing with problems relating to the birth of his child and has been in and out of the squad.

    Though, the news this week comes in the form of an injury.

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