Andros Townsend has been ruled out for the rest of the season after suffering an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury in Sunday’s defeat to Crystal Palace
. The year was just 16 minutes on the pitch in the 4-0 FA Cup quarter-final defeat to Palace by Palace and Frank Lampard has previously said that his injury is not good.
Scans have confirmed Townsend has an anterior cruciate ligament injury in his knee. A
statement from the Toffees said he will undergo knee surgery next week before the start of his rehabilitation. The Ufabet TV report
D will miss the rest of the season after suffering an anterior cruciate ligament injury during an FA game. Cup quarter-final meeting with Palace on Sunday,” the statement said.
A scan has revealed anterior cruciate ligament damage which will require surgery, delivering a blow to the club as they battle relegation. Everton said the winger would undergo an operation next week.
Frank Lampard’s team are three points above the bottom three with 11 games remaining. They face West Ham, their relegation rivals Burnley and then Manchester United in their next three matches.
“The scans show pain in the anterior cruciate ligament of the knee and he will undergo surgery next week.
Townsend made 23 appearances for Everton after joining in the summer on a free transfer . Along with shooting 7 goals and assisting 4 times in all items.