Bournemouth manager, Gary O’Neil, has confirmed that Ghanaian forward Antoine Semenyo underwent surgery for a shin injury.
The surgery was successful, but unfortunately, it means that the 23-year-old will be unable to play for the remainder of the current season.
Semenyo, who joined Bournemouth in January, has already made an impact with the team, appearing in 11 Premier League matches. He recently scored his debut goal against Leeds United, showcasing his promising talent and potential.
O’Neil remains optimistic about Semenyo’s recovery, expressing hopes for a speedy return that would allow the young attacker to participate in the team’s preseason preparations.
However, the exact timeline for his comeback remains uncertain, as it depends on the speed of his recovery and rehabilitation process.
Providing more information, O’Neil stated, “Antoine has undergone surgery, so he will be out until next season. We’re hopeful that he can make a decent recovery and have a good spell with the team before the start of the new season, but it will depend on how quickly he recovers.”