AFC Bournemouth’s forward, Callum Wilson is out of the season after suffering an Anterior Cruciate Ligament injury. The striker who suffered the same injury 16 months ago is ruled out for the rest of the season after scans confirmed he has an ACL injury after being stretched off at training on Wednesday.
The 24 year old who has six PL goals to his name and have been one of the standout players for Eddie Howe’s men is out of the season and will be on the sidelines for a longer period meaning his season is over.
Bournemouth’s manager, Eddie Howe who couldnt hide his disappointment said; “We are all devastated for Callum,”. “What’s important now is that he receives the support and love of his family and friends, team-mates and everyone associated with AFC Bournemouth. “Callum showed incredible character and determination to come back from a similar set-back last season and we know he has the same strength and will to do the same again.”
Callum will be closely monitored by the medical staff of Bournemouth and will go through the rehabilitation stage to get back to full fitness which may last for at least six months. That means this season is over for him and may return in August/September.
We wish Callum Wilson speedy recovery as he seeks to recover from the injury.