Manchester Metropolis midfielder Phil Foden is about to overlook the primary month of the Premier League season resulting from a foot harm he sustained at Euro 2020.
The 21-year-old missed England’s ultimate defeat to Italy as a result of drawback and is unlikely to characteristic earlier than September’s worldwide break.
Metropolis open their Premier League defence away to Tottenham on Sunday with Foden additionally set to overlook clashes towards Norwich and Arsenal.
“It’s nonetheless slightly bit sore,” Foden advised Sky Sports activities.
“It was such a disgrace to do it simply earlier than the Euro ultimate. It was actually unlucky however I’m working laborious within the fitness center and hopefully I can get again as quickly as potential.
“I might say will probably be round three to 4 weeks. Hopefully it flies by and I can simply get again on the pitch.”
Foden’s harm will means he must wait to line up alongside worldwide teammate Jack Grealish, who turned the primary ever £100 million English participant final week after sealing a transfer from Aston Villa.
“I’m actually completely happy he has signed right here and hopefully I can simply get again enjoying with him and revel in my soccer,” added Foden.
“He is fearless on the ball and might change a recreation on his personal. He is a very particular participant for us and he will be key for us.”
Metropolis playmaker Kevin De Bruyne can also be set to overlook the beginning of the Premier League season with the ankle ligament harm he sustained on worldwide obligation with Belgium at Euro 2020.