Manchester United club captain Nemanja Vidic still has a career at Old Trafford despite concerns over his serious knee injury, according to The
The Serbian suffered the problem in the 2-1 loss to Basle at the start of the month. That defeat in Switzerland, which knocked United out of the Champions League, was compounded by the news that Vidic would be out until the end of the season. Vidic is expected to have surgery later this week and could be out for up to a year after rupturing three major ligaments in his right knee. That is a massive blow to United with Vidic being an inspirational defender for the club. Many had raised concerns over Vidic’s future with the injury coming at the age of 30 and whether he will be able to return to his best form.
The Serbian’s agent, Silvana Martina, has insisted that there is nothing to worry about over Vidic and the defender will return to his normal form once he recovers. United club doctors are expected to work around the clock to try and return Vidic to the squad for the start of next season.
Martina said: ‘The first forecasts say it can last for a year, but it is meaningless to talk about the end of his career. It’s a serious injury, but club doctors assure us that the recovery will run smoothly and he will be back on the field. It will take time to get back into the old rhythm, but there is no doubt that Vidic will be his old self again. Nemanja is feeling good. He will be back next year stronger and better’.
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