England : Premier League injured & suspended list
The list includes both injured and suspended players. The columns are, respectively:
- date when the player was placed on the list
- player name
- player position
- number of games played
- number of goals - number of assists
- status for the day
- ?+ : likely to play
- ? : status uncertain
- ?- : unlikely to play
- - : will not play
- s : suspended
News - injuries
Man. City 25.6.17
Bernardo Silva picks up ankle injury
Portugal coasted to a 4-0 win over New Zealand in St Petersburg and secured their place in the semi-finals of the Confederations Cup. The win, however, came at a cost as Manchester City-bound midfielder Bernardo Silva was substituted because of an ankle injury.
Cristiano Ronaldo put Portugal ahead from the penalty spot on 33 minutes. Bernardo Silva swiftly doubled the lead with a close-range finish, but in doing so landed awkwardly on his ankle and was taken off at half-time.
Emre Can suffers injury blow
Liverpool's Emre Can is set to miss Germany's final group game at the Confederations Cup, after picking up an injury in training on Saturday. The 23-year-old suffered what manager Jogi Low has described as a "minor" problem in Die Mannschaft's final session, in Sochi, ahead of Sunday's meeting with Cameroon.
Can hobbled off, withdrawing from the session having gone through little more than the warm up and some short ball drills. The Reds star was in discomfort on the sidelines, seemingly suffering with a knee problem having got his studs stuck in the turf while attempting to turn and make a challenge.
Man. City 24.6.17
Bravo declared fit
Chile coach Juan Antonio Pizzi says Claudio Bravo is fit again and could start in goal against Australia at the Confederations Cup on Sunday. Bravo hasn't played since April 27, when he injured his calf for Manchester City in a derby game with Manchester United. 'Claudio is fit, he's managed to train the last couple of days just like his other teammates,' said Pizzi. 'He's ready and available to play.'
Son Heung-min set for lengthy lay-off
Tottenham forward Son Heung-min could be sidelined for up to three months following surgery on a broken arm. The 24-year-old suffered a fracture to his right forearm during South Korea's World Cup qualifying 3-2 defeat to Qatar at the Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium in Doha last week. Son is expected to be in a cast for at least two weeks following surgery to realign and stabilise the fracture with metal plates.
Lamela set for another four months out
Spurs forward Erik Lamela is facing a further four months out, meaning that by the time he is expected back he'll have been out for a year. The Argentina international's last appearance for Tottenham came at the end of October. Since then he has had operations of both hips, one in April and one in May, which ruled him out for the rest of the season.
Tottenham's left-back Danny Rose will also miss the start of next season following knee surgery last month but has been pencilled in for a mid-August return. Rose hasn't played since going off injured in the first half at Sunderland in late January.
Alexis Sanchez sprains ankle
Alexis Sanchez has sprained his ankle in training and may miss Chile's Confederations Cup opener against Cameroon. Chilean coach Juan Antonio Pizzi says the Arsenal forward hurt his left ankle in training Thursday and has only done light training in the gym since then. Pizzi said the Chile staff is "optimistic from the images we've seen, but we understand and know that the player still feels pain, and that's why we'll wait until tomorrow to decide if he plays."
Everton announce Klaassen signing
Everton have completed the signing of Davy Klaassen from Ajax. The 24-year-old has put pen to paper on a five year deal. Everton have paid 27m euros for the Dutch international who captained Ajax to the Europa League final and a second place in Eredivisie last season. Klaassen becomes the club's second signing in the past few hours after Jordan Pickford joined in a deal worth €30m from Sunderland.
Hazard likely to miss key fixtures
Chelsea could be without Eden Hazard for as many as seven EPL games at the start of next season, including matches against Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City. The 26-year-old fractured his right ankle during a training session with the Belgium national team and has been ruled out of action for three months following ankle surgery earlier this month. Hazard played a key role in Chelsea's title success last season, scoring 16 goals in 36 appearances and registering a further five assists.
Son Heung-Min breaks arm
Tottenham Hotspur and South Korea forward Son Heung-Min suffered a broken right forearm during a World Cup qualifier in Doha on Tuesday, according to reports. The 24-year-old anded awkwardly on his arm during South Korea's 3-2 defeat to Qatar and was visibly in pain before being replaced. Son enjoyed a superb campaign for Tottenham, scoring 21 goals in all competitions last term. He is now unlikely to be available for the start of Mauricio Pochettino's pre-season on July 3.
Man. City 14.6.17
Gabriel Jesus to be fit for new season
Manchester City have received a welcome boost with news that Gabriel Jesus is expected to be fit for the start of next season despite suffering a fractured eye socket on international duty with Brazil. There is still a chance the 20-year-old striker will have to undergo minor surgery but City are confident that Jesus will be available for their opening fixture of the season against newly-promoted Premier League side Brighton on August 12. However, his status for City's International Champions Cup games in the U.S. remains uncertain.
Man. City 10.6.17
Gabriel Jesus suffers fractured eye socket
Gabriel Jesus has been ruled out of Brazil's clash with Australia on Tuesday after tests in a Melbourne hospital discovered he has suffered an orbital fracture to his eye socket. The Manchester City forward was injured in a clash with club-mate Nicolas Otamendi during Brazil's 1-0 defeat to Argentina on Friday. Jesus was taken to hospital immediately after match, initially as a precautionary measure, with Brazil reporting no fracture had been found. However, further tests on Saturday proved the injury slightly more serious than originally thought.
Hazard set to miss start of season
Eden Hazard could miss the start of the season after returning to London for surgery on his fractured ankle. The Chelsea forward suffered the injury in training with Belgium at the National Football Centre in Tubize on Sunday and had the operation on Monday afternoon. His recovery time has been set at three months, seriously jeopardising his chances of starting the new season, which begins on 12 August. Hazard was instrumental as Chelsea won the Premier League last season, scoring 16 goals in 36 games.