West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice might be out of motion for a month on account of a knee ligament harm sustained on England obligation, the Premier League membership stated.
The 22-year-old picked up the problem late in England’s 2-1 World Cup qualifying win over Poland at Wembley final Wednesday however managed to complete the sport.
Rice was absent for West Ham’s 3-2 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers on Monday, the primary league sport he has missed all season, and native media reported he might be out for a month.
“It was a relatively innocuous problem which has triggered the harm however sadly these items occur in soccer,” West Ham’s head of medical companies Richard Collinge stated.
“Declan has approached the situation positively and in an exemplary manner, which is no surprise to us, while he’s in peak physical condition and we hope that will assist with his return to action.”
Rice has been a key determine in West Ham’s transformation this season together with his performances serving to the membership rise to fourth place and attracting the eye of a few of the Premier League’s heavyweights.
He has additionally taken on a management position within the absence of membership captain Mark Noble and supervisor David Moyes stated he was dissatisfied to lose the companies of his midfield mainstay.
“We know we’re missing a good player but the team has been playing really well this year,” Moyes stated.
“It gives other people opportunities and that’s what squads are for and hopefully we have got the squad to deal with it.”
West Ham path third-placed Leicester City by 4 factors however might make up floor after they host Brendan Rodgers’ facet on Sunday.