Alexander Tettey’s injury that he suffered against Chelsea on Tuesday is set to keep him out for the rest of the Barclays Premier League season.
Speaking to Norwich City TV, Norwich boss Alex Neil confirmed that Tettey will undergo ankle surgery, that will likely keep him out for the rest of the season.
The Norwegian had similar problems before, which required ankle surgery on his other leg.
Alex Tettey has hurt his ankle ligaments. It’s not good news, but we’ve got strength in depth in that area.
Neil also spoke about the game on Saturday against Swansea, talking about how important the game will be and how Norwich can win if they keep playing as they have been.
Norwich are now eight games without a win, with Southampton at home being the last time the Canaries got all three points. They have come close since then, but have failed to properly manage games and have given away leads on many occasions. Swansea on the other hand have
If we keep performing how we have been recently and keep creating chances, then eventually the results will come.
We need to win games to save ourselves, we can’t rely on other results. It’s a big game on Saturday.