June 23, 2024

We are pleased to welcome Dr. Rajpal Brar, an expert on injuries, as our exclusive columnist. He will provide his opinions on Aston Villa’s injury status every week.

Lucas Digne, a defender for Aston Villa, could miss more time than the end of January if his thigh injury doesn’t heal as planned.

He thinks the club will watch him workout and see how he handles the higher level of difficulty.

Physical therapist and sports scientist Dr. Brar discussed the problem with Villa News, stating that the best-case scenario is a Grade 1 muscular injury and the worst-case scenario is a Grade 4 muscular damage that will postpone his comeback.

It sounds like he is getting closer to participating in full team training, especially given that his estimated comeback date is January 30.

But, failures can occur, making it difficult to forecast this kind of occurrence.

“It could be beneficial to monitor any updates provided by the club, as they will be making decisions based on how he reacts to heightened training intensity.”

Unai Emery will be waiting for the France international to return because he has been his first choice left-back this season.

Whenever Digne is healthy this season, he has started all eighteen Premier League games.

In the 30-year-old’s absence, Alex Moreno has stepped up to the bat; it will be interesting to watch what Emery does once they are both healthy.

The fact that the Frenchman is undoubtedly the superior attacking option could work in his advantage.

Another piece of Aston Villa news: following his previous actions, a Sky Sports commentator blasted a first-team player, labelling him “Foolish.”

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