Sheffield Wednesday striker, Caolan Lavery, will miss the start of the season and could be out for up to two months after recieveing a cruciate knee ligament injury.

BBC Radio Sheffield sports reporter, Andy Giddings, tweeted:

The Canadian born striker spent some time on loan at Plymouth Argyle last season, where he scored 3 goals in 8 appearances for the Devon side.

Owls boss, Stuart Gray, told Andy Giddings,

“They call it like a car crash injury. We thought it might be ACL, but it’s not. It’s gonna be a couple of months.”

Lavery has played 12 games for the Owls, scoring 4 goals during his time with the Sheffield club.


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