Leeds United ace Crysencio Summerville spotted arriving at Nottingham Forest
It looks as though Crysencio Summerville will be back in the Leeds United squad to play against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground on Sunday.
Yorkshire Evening Post journalist Joe Donnohue spotted the 21-year-old arriving at Forest’s stadium ahead of kick-off at 2pm on 5 February.
Summerville has missed the last four games in all competitions with an ankle injury.
Summerville is only likely to make the bench against Forest but it’s great news to see the Dutch winger back amongst the squad ahead of a vital Premier League game.
Jesse Marsch said on 12 January that Summerville was expected to miss a month of action due to his ankle injury.
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However, he’s arrived back in the squad ahead of schedule after returning to training earlier this week.
It’s some comeback from the former Feyenoord winger, who Leeds really need because he was on fire before the World Cup break by scoring four goals in four Premier League games leading up to it.
Since the return to action, he’s been an unused substitute against Manchester City, played just 20 minutes against Newcastle and got an assist in a 63-minute-long appearance against West Ham.
He needs to be starting games because he is someone who we can rely massively upon to get goals and create them too.
It’s going to be a tough game for Leeds against Nottingham Forest.
Steve Cooper has managed to get a tune out of the Reds in recent weeks and they’ve added considerably to their squad in January.
Leeds also have made their own additions in Max Wober, Georginio Rutter and Weston McKennie, who could – and probably should – make his debut for the Whites in the East Midlands.
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