‘Excited to be back’: Burnley announce the signing of a new winger

Burnley’s Luca Koleosho speaks up about his comeback from long-term injury as the winger approaches four months out.Luca Koleosho is making significant progress in his recovery from a long-term injury, but he isn’t getting carried away with a possible return date just yet.
The winger has been out since hurting his knee during Burnley’s game against Wolves in December.

At the time of the injury, which necessitated surgery, Vincent Kompany stated the 19-year-old would be out for the majority of the season, but thought Koleosho could still contribute.
The former Espanyol player, who had made 15 appearances before his injury, has just returned to the United States for warm weather training.

Koleosho, who is now approaching four months out of action, confesses he is feeling optimistic, but he is not getting carried away just yet.

I’ve been in Miami, so it was close to everything, including the beach, which was convenient,” he told the club’s official website.

“The change has been good too but I was always looking forward to being back in Burnley.”I got to do some training at the beach, spend some time in the sun, and stay quite cheerful. Most importantly, I was working hard to get back to fitness.

“I’ve been limited in what I can do because of the procedure, but I’m doing a lot of lifting, pool work, and fieldwork, such as sleds and mechanics, so I’ll be ready when I can start running.

“That means working on getting stronger around my knee, in my hips and upper body, keeping everything balanced and it feels good.”

While Koleosho is making significant progress in his recovery, there is currently no set return date.
“Obviously I want to start playing again but I’m also kind of calm,” the player said.

“I’m just waiting for them to give me the go-ahead to start running in the next few weeks so I can get back to playing.” I am not one for

“I have to be a lot more cautious about things right now. I can’t simply sprint or jump; I can only stroll. It is extremely aggravating, but it is what it is. I’m sure I’ll appreciate it even more once I can get back to doing it.”




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