Premier League Club-By-Club Injury Latest Ahead Of Project Restart

Premier League Injury Latest Project Restart

Premier League clubs are set to get back into action from June 17.

With Champions League and Europa League qualification and a relegation battle all set to resume, attention has now turned back to the players and who will be fit and ready to go.

According to Daily Star Sport, here’s a look at how all 20 clubs are looking ahead of their first match since March.

Premier League injury latest for Project Restart

AFC BOURNEMOUTH

In Training:

David Brooks – pictured in training following an ankle ligament injury

Injured:

Aaron Ramsdale – Positive COVID-19 test – Expected return: June 2020

ARSENAL

In Training:

Lucas Torreira

Kieran Tierney

Injured:

Calum Chambers – Ruptured ACL – Expected return: August 2020 – returned to light training

ASTON VILLA

Injured:

Wesley – ACL injury – Return date unknown – Running but still feeling pain in his knee

Tom Heaton – ACL injury – Expected return: June/July 2020 – aiming to return to full fitness ahead of league resumption

Jed Steer – Achilles injury – Return date unknown

Frederic Guilbert – Knee injury – Return date unknown

John McGinn – Knee injury – returned to light training but unlikely to be available for team selection

BRIGHTON AND HOVE ALBION

In Training:

Steven Alzate

Injured:

Jose Izquierdo – Knee injury – Expected return: July 2020

BURNLEY

In Training:

Jay Rodriguez

Matt Lowton

Johan Berg Gudmundsson

Ashley Barnes

CHELSEA

In Training:

Christian Pulisic

Ruben Loftus-Cheek

Tammy Abraham

Marco van Ginkel – unlikely to be selected following two years out with a knee injury

Injured:

N’Golo Kante – Personal Reasons – Return date unknown

Callum Hudson-Odoi – Other – Arrested earlier this month suggesting he will not be available for selection

CRYSTAL PALACE

In Training:

Patrick van Aanholt – pictured in training after a knock picked up in March

James Tomkins

Mamadou Sakho – pictured in training

EVERTON

Injured:

Morgan Schneiderlin – Torn meniscus – Return date unknown

Cenk Tosun – Cruciate Ligament Surgery – Expected return: November 2020

Jean-Philippe Gbamin – Torn quadricep – Return date unknown

LEICESTER CITY

Injured:

Ricardo Pereira – Knee ligament surgery – Expected return: August 2020

Daniel Amartey – Ankle problems – Return date unknown

LIVERPOOL

In Training:

Alisson

Injured:

Xherdan Shaqiri – Calf injury – Return date unknown

Nathaniel Clyne – ACL injury – Return date unknown

MANCHESTER CITY

In Training:

Leroy Sane – returned to light training following a nine-month lay-off

Aymeric Laporte

MANCHESTER UNITED

In Training:

Paul Pogba – back to full training following ankle surgery

Marcus Rashford – back to full training following a back injury

NEWCASTLE UNITED

In Training:

Martin Dubravka

Ciaran Clark

Andy Carroll

Paul Dummett – recovered from injury but squad place has been reallocated

Injured:

Jetro Willems – ACL injury – Expected return: August 2020

NORWICH CITY

In Training:

Onel Hernandez

Timm Klose

Injured:

Sam Byram – Hamstring injury – In light training

SHEFFIELD UNITED

In Training:

Enda Stevens – returned to full training after a calf problem

Lys Mousset – full fitness following a hamstring injury

SOUTHAMPTON

In Training:

Nathan Redmond

Injured/suspended:

Moussa Djenepo – suspended for three games – unavailable after red card versus Newcastle United

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR

In Training:

Harry Kane – recovered from a hamstring injury and involved in full squad training

Son Heung-Min – full training after fractured arm

Moussa Sissoko – return to full fitness following knee surgery

Steven Bergwijn – recovered from a sprained ankle

WATFORD

Injured:

Gerard Deulofeu – Torn ACL – Return date unknown

Adrian Mariappa – Positive COVID-19 Test – Expected return: June 2020

WEST HAM UNITED

In Training:

Ryan Fredericks – successful recovery from shoulder surgery

Tomas Soucek

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WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS

In Training:

Jonny Castro – pictured in training following a knock in February

Morgan Gibbs-White

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Greg Afamah

Written by Greg Afamah

Greg is a Sports content writer. He has many years of experience in Sports Writing. He was a writer for Opera News and is Editor-in-Chief at GoalBall.

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