Premier League 2015/16 season has not been easy on teams with injuries hampering the developments of all the sides. One notable thing among the injuries suffered by players this season is how players from bigger teams are getting injured.
The latest to suffer from the crooked season is Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney, who has been ruled out for two months with a knee injury. Speaking of United, they have three players featuring in Premier League Injured XI.
Premier League Injured XI
Goal Keeper: Tim Krul (Newcastle) – Ruled out for rest of the season, Krul played 9 games and is out since October.
Central Defender: Kurt Zouma (Chelsea) – Ruled out for rest of the season, Zouma featured in 32 games and suffered a hyper extended knee injury earlier this month.
Central Defender: Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham) – Suffered knee ligament injury last month, and is out for 8 weeks after playing 27 games.
Right Back: Ashley Young (Man United) – Suffered groin injury, and is unlikely to return this season.
Left Back: Luke Shaw (Man United) – Suffered double fracture back in August and will not return this season.
Central Midfield: Kevin De Bruyne (Man City) – Another knee ligament injury for a top player. De Bruyne played 31 games and made quite an impact for City. He could be back in early April.
Central Midfield: Jack Wilshere (Arsenal) – The most regular member of all-time Premier League Injured XI. Fractured his left tibula and will be out until April.
Right Midfield: Santi Cazorla (Arsenal) – Muscular injured for the Spaniard has forced him out from November, he will return early March.
Left Midfield: Samir Nasri (Man City) – Horrific injury suffered by the Frenchman, he can be back in March second week.
Striker: Wayne Rooney (Man United) – Knee injury has ruled out Rooney for next 2 months.
Striker: Danny Ings (Liverpool) – Yet another knee injury forces a player to be ruled out for rest of the season.
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