South Korea midfielder Ki Sung-Yueng has been recalled from worldwide obligation by Newcastle United after sustaining a hamstring damage, per the membership’s official web site.
The 29-year-old first sustained the problem within the 1-Zero win over the Philippines in the beginning of the month and has now been recalled by the Magpies after he suffered a recurrence in coaching.
The issue will now be assessed within the north east by the membership’s medical group.
Ki has made a complete of 11 appearances for the Tyneside outfit so far this season, offering one help within the 1-Zero win over Watford.
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The information comes as one thing of a blow to Rafa Benitez’s males, who will probably be unable to name upon the midfielder in opposition to the Hornets within the FA Cup this weekend.
Newcastle are but to make a January signing, regardless of focusing on a transfer for Atlanta United midfielder Miguel Almiron.
Chronicle Dwell declare that the membership’s bid for Almiron, value £16million, stays on the desk and has not but been rejected by the MLS membership.
Nevertheless, their inactivity has led to a lot mirth on Twitter, with followers claiming that Ki’s return is “similar to a brand new signing” and others directing criticism at famously tight-fisted proprietor Mike Ashley.
Similar to a brand new signing, eh Mike? Eh? A brand new signing, yeah? Cos he’s not been on the membership for a number of weeks. Get it? A brand new signing. Comedy gold, Mike.
— Chris F (@GeordieChris_F) January 22, 2019
Like a brand new signing
— stephen johnson (@jonnersnyc) January 22, 2019
If Benitez needs him to recuperate so badly, why doesn’t he pay for Ki’s flights again out of his personal pocket?
— Sam Dunne (@SamuelJDunne) January 22, 2019
Hoping for a speedy restoration ??
— AYO (@NUFC_NE) January 22, 2019
You’ve received to be Ki ding me
— ReeLloyd29 (@ReeceLloyd139) January 22, 2019
— Winslow (@BellNUFC) January 22, 2019
— Keiron (@keiron_nufc) January 22, 2019
What a shocker, gamers first loyalties needs to be to the membership which pays their wages to not their nationwide group when it’s a match happening through the Premier League season #NUFC
— Billy.B (@Mizaru33) January 22, 2019