It has been more than a year since Terrence Boyd suffered a serious injury, and he is still not certain when he will be able to train fully again with his club.
Boyd, 24, tore his right ACL and meniscus on Dec. 7, 2014, but has had setbacks on his road to recovery and has not been able to resume practicing with RB Leipzig. The forward, who partially tore the same ACL last July, recently had to go under the knife again due to fluid build-up.
There is no exact timetable for a complete recovery, but Boyd hopes to be able to test his knee again in January. If everything works out without a problem then, he believes he could potentially return to playing in one to two more months.
Boyd joined RB Leipzig in summer 2014. He made seven league appearances for the 2. Bundesliga outfit before suffering the serious injury last winter, and scored twice.
What do you think of Boyd still being unable to train fully? Expect to see him return before the end of the season? Can he be the same player he was before the injury?
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