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Newcastle United's Sven Botman is sidelined for up to nine months with an ACL injury

Newcastle united Sven Botman is supposed to be out for "six to nine months" after a sweep uncovered he really wants a medical procedure on a knee injury.

The Dutchman harmed his foremost cruciate tendon in Saturday's FA Cup rout at Manchester City and must be subbed late on.

The 24-year-old focus back will have a medical procedure one week from now.

"Everybody at Newcastle united wishes Sven a full and rapid recuperation," the club said.

Botman at first supported a knee injury in September and missed 17 games - including the last five of the Jaybirds' Heroes Association bunch games - prior to returning in December.

Newcastle said it was chosen not to send Botman for medical procedure at that stage and he recaptured full wellness through a restoration program.

Botman has begun most of Newcastle's matches since his return, yet must be brought off in the 83rd moment of the 2-0 misfortune to Manchester City in their quarter-last tie at the end of the week.

Newcastle added: "Following further evaluation, an output has affirmed that he supported a physical issue to his leg tendon during Saturday's match and he is supposed to get back to activity inside six-to-nine months."

It is the most recent in a progression of long haul injury blows for Jaybirds chief Eddie Howe this season.

Britain goalkeeper Scratch Pope has been out since December with a shoulder injury, while Brazil midfielder Joelinton and Three Lions striker Callum Wilson have likewise been missing for expanded periods.

Botman, who has recently been called up by the Netherlands yet not yet made his global presentation, will pass up the possibility playing in the Euro 2024 finals.

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