Tom Bradshaw

Millwall forward has surgery as he begins rehabilitation phase

Millwall summer signing Tom Bradshaw has undergone successful surgery for knee ligament damage. The striker who will move to Millwall permanently on January 1 will now sit the rest of the season out as he aims to be fit for the start of the 2019/20 season. 

Bradshaw who was Millwall’s record signing for a week before the deadline day signing of Ryan Leonard picked up the injury in the closing stages of Millwall’s 2-0 defeat at Griffin Park on November 3.

Bradshaw said this on his about the operation in an Instagram post “The operation went really well, everyone at Cromwell hospital has been brilliant, especially surgeon Simon Ball and his team! He then went on to thank everyone who has given him support since the news about the injury broke on Saturday. “Thank You for all the messages of support, really means a lot. I’ll be back stronger and hungrier than ever.

The Welsh international who has three caps for his country, will find this injury even more frustrating as he is yet to get properly started in a Millwall shirt. He has made 10 appearances for the Lions so far this season, eight of those as a substitute and is yet to find the net for his new club. He will now have to wait until next season to make him mark in a Millwall shirt after this season ending injury. Neil Harris said after Saturday’s defeat at Norwich that he looks forward to working with the striker next season.

In his two years at Barnsley he scored 18 goals in 58 appearances. Barnsley bought him from Walsall where he scored 34 goals in 67 appearances.

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