West Ham ace Arthur Masuaku could be back in action in just three weeks time according to club insiders Claret and Hugh.
The 27-year-old Hammers ace enjoyed a fantastic start to the campaign.
He played a key role for David Moyes’s side during the first 12 games of the season or so.
Unfortunately for Masuaku, however, he was forced to undergo knee surgery in December and he hasn’t played for West Ham since our 3-1 defeat to Manchester United two months ago.
West Ham have managed surprisingly well with Arthur. It cannot be underestimated just how important he is to the Hammers, however.
His ability to carry the ball from deep offers our defence a great outlet when under the cosh.
And he cannot come back into the fold soon enough.
With that in mind, Claret and Hugh have some great news for the West Ham fans today.
The club insiders claim that Arthur Masuaku could be just three weeks away from a first-team return.
Aaron Cresswell has been superb during Masuaku’s absence. But the 27-year-old’s impending return will provide David Moyes with the option of reverting back to a 5-2-3 formation.
Let’s hope that Arthur is back involved with the first-team as soon as possible as West Ham continue their push or the top six.