Radi Majewski facing 'months' on sidelines admits frustrated Nottingham Forest boss
RADI Majewski could be sidelined for months with his ankle injury, revealed Sean O'Driscoll today.
The Nottingham Forest manager says the club must decide whether the Polish midfielder undergoes surgery to repair the damage, which scans revealed to be extensive.
It is possible that the injury can be treated without the need for Majewski to go under the knife, but O'Driscoll says he fears the player could be out for months.
"Radi has had a scan on his ankle and our worst fears were confirmed," said O'Driscoll. "He has ligament damage – whatever he could have done to his ankle, he has done it.
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"We will have to see how it settles down and whether it needs surgery or not. The best option is if we can just treat it without surgery, because nobody wants to have an operation if they do not have to.
"But, equally, we do not want to get two months down the line and find that he does need an operation to make things right.
"We are probably hedging out bets. We will take advice from the specialists and from our own physio staff. But it is going to be months, rather than weeks, before he is back."