There’s been a major update on a training injury to West Ham star James Ward-Prowse after a scan and it’s good news.
Whenever clubs head into an international break, injuries are always a worry regarding with stars jetting off to represent their countries across the globe and for West Ham it’s no different.
But it is one of West Ham’s stars who has remained at Rush Green that has been a big worry.
Yesterday we reported on news from a West Ham insider that James Ward-Prowse had been sent for a scan on an injury sustained in training.
Major update on training injury to West Ham star James Ward-Prowse after scan and it’s good news
Although it was ‘not thought to be serious’ the Hammers clearly did not want to take any risks.
West Ham fans are scarred from years of seeing star players and new signings pick up injuries just when things are going well.
Now there has been a major update on the training injury to West Ham star Ward-Prowse after scan and it’s good news.
Delivering an update on the injury, Sean Whetstone said Ward-Prowse is being given a week off from training.
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But he will be back next week and is expected to be fit to face Manchester City after the international break.
“James Ward Prowse has been given the rest of the week off to recover after suffering a knock in training yesterday,” Whetstone said.
“But he will return to Rush green next Monday and is expected to fit be for before the Hammers’ next game against Manchester City.”
Ward-Prowse was seen in footage of training posted on West Ham’s website yesterday.
But the footage was recorded on Monday, when Ward-Prowse picked up the knock.
It’s rare good news for the Hammers when it comes to injuries.
Ward-Prowse has quickly settled into life in east London following his £30m move from Southampton.
And it’s easy to see why with the 28-year-old registering a goal and three assists in his first four games in an unbeaten West Ham side.