Jack Wilshere Returned Pushed Back To November
The injuries are still going on to obstruct the West Ham man. Jack Wilshere has suffered another injury setback with midfielder West Ham struggling to return from surgery of ankle. The 26-year-old career has been affected by injury issue underwent a small surgery in September and is predicted to be sidelined for nearly six weeks.
But, Wilshere still has to take a rest because of some inflammation around the ankle, which means he cannot continue the training and pushing his likely return date back to November. “Jack felt a bit of pain the last two days here, so he needed more time to recover,” Manuel Pellegrini revealed. Wilshere, who joined Hammers on a free transfer from Arsenal in the summer, had started all four West Ham Premier League matches before being wounded against Wolves on September 1.
However, there was better news about another injured player, with Andy Carroll back on the training course. The kicker has not yet found this expression after suffering an ankle problem during the pre-season. “Andy is getting around,” added Pellegrini. “He started working this week, part of the warm-up with the whole team, so next week we will see how he improves. I hope that at least 15 days he will at least work with the team completely.”
Pellegrini also confirmed ahead Marko Arnautovic will be able to meet Tottenham on Saturday despite an ongoing knee problem. Pellegrini does not expect to face a tired Spurs side, although the striker Harry Kane – according to some, if not the man himself – sounded at the beginning of the season after he and eight of his comrades were involved in the World Cup semi-final. They lead to London Stadium on the back of another battle for international duty, but Pellegrini insists on fatigue will not be a factor.