Soccer News of Friday, 11 December 2015
Ghana winger Christian Atsu has returned to training with English Premier League side Bournemouth after undergoing successful injury treatment with his parent club Chelsea.
The talented winger, who is on loan from Blues, returned to the Cherries this week after recovering from the injury that has kept him out of action for more than two months.
Atsu, who is on a season-long loan with Bournemouth, was sent back to Stamford Bridge for treatment following the stress fracture injury he picked while playing for Ghana in September.
Bournemouth assistant boss Jason Tindall says the Ghana winger has now returned to the club and has already started training.
“We are at the stage with Chris where he has only trained for a couple of days since he has been back,” the Bournemouth assistant told the Daily Echo when asked about the Ghana international.
Atsu spent about two months with Chelsea undergoing treatment to ensure that he returns full fit devoid of the injury recurring.
The Ghanaian, who has been hampered by injuries since joining Cherries on loan in the summer, has played just two competitive matches since the start of the season.
Atsu has not played for Bournemouth since playing in the Capital One Cup win over Preston on 22 September.