Long-term injured player Adam Forshaw has posted a new Instagram story that Leeds United fans will absolutely love.
Forshaw has been out for the majority of the season with a hip injury and finally succumbed to surgery that would normally have ruled him out for the rest of the season.
However, with the Championship currently suspended and no date for the resumption, there’s a possibility that Forshaw could yet play some part.
And that possibility was given a big boost today when Forshaw posted a new Instagram story on Saturday morning.
Forshaw is in his home gym and is working hard on one of the bikes the Leeds staff have delivered to all their players as they train on their own.
Forshaw was in brilliant form earlier in the season but hasn’t played since September.
Hip injuries can be life-changing but it looks like he’s on course for a return to action and with the Coronavirus pandemic getting worse, Forshaw may well play a part in Leeds’ promotion this season.
Games have already been suspended until April 30 and we think it’s unlikely they’ll resume then, even behind closed doors.
Forshaw was due back in pre-season and if the games are played over the summer he’ll have a chance.
He’s been out for six months so he’ll need longer than other players to get match fit, but this gives him something to aim for.
We’d love to see him make an appearance in the final games.
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