Burnley winger Robbie Brady to have knee surgery

The Burnley winger was stretchered off against Leicester and scans revealed the damage

Robbie Brady is set to be out of the rest of the season after scans revealed he had torn a tendon in his knee.

The Dubliner was left writhing in agony following an awkward but accidental collision with Harry Maguire.

On Wednesday the news Burnley fans have been fearing has come in.

After injuring his left knee in their weekend fixture, Brady has since been under medical assessment and manager Sean Dyche has confirmed that the winger sustained damage to his patellar tendon.

This is a very serious injury and recovery time usually lasts between four and six months.

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The Ireland worldwide sustained a knee injury at the weekend during Burnley's 1-0 defeat against Leicester. Brady was stretchered from the pitch after half an hour after going down injured in the box.

That means Brady will probably miss the remainder of the season if the early diagnosis proves to be true.

As for Burnley, Sean Dyche's men have now lost twice in their last three matches.

Brady has just been nominated for the Premier League's Player of the Month award after helping Burnley to three wins from four games, scoring the victor in a 2-1 win over Bournemouth.

Brady joins club captain Tom Heaton on the treatment table after the 31-year-old goalkeeper picked up a dislocated shoulder injury on 10th September in the 1-0 home win over Crystal Palace.

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