SV Darmstadt 98 anticipates the imminent return of Ghanaian striker Braydon Manu to first-team action after a break of over three months due to an ankle injury.
Manu, aged 26, is set to rejoin the squad for training soon, marking a significant step in his recovery process.
“According to the medical department, it looks like he will start full team training next week,” said Lilien coach Torsten Lieberknecht at the matchday press conference on Thursday.
However, the club acknowledges that it may take some time for Manu to regain his form and integrate fully back into the Bundesliga squad following his extended absence.
Manu displayed his resilience as he stepped back onto the pitch for individual training last week Thursday.
As detailed by the Lilienblog, his dedication to his recovery journey has not only reignited hope among fans but has also underscored the efficacy of conventional therapeutic methods.
The uncertainty surrounding the need for surgery had cast a shadow over Manu’s return, making this comeback all the more inspiring. His swift progress in individual training hints at the effectiveness of the therapies employed, challenging the initial doubts surrounding the conventional approach.
Manu has made two appearances in the league this season.