Dean Henderson is set to face more time on the side-lines than first feared, with the Manchester United loanee having undergone scans after his injury whilst playing for Nottingham Forest.
As reported by The Peoples Person earlier in the week, Forest Boss Steve Cooper feared a muscle injury that would keep the player out for three or four weeks.
However following a scan it has been revealed that the goalkeeper has suffered a grade two tear in his thigh which could keep him out for up to a total of six weeks, depending on his recovery.
“It is certainly a discussion point,” said manager Steve Cooper, as quoted by Sports Witness
“We have two League Cup games that Dean wouldn’t have played in any way because of the loan ruling so we were always planning without him for those games,” he added, referring to their Carabao Cup tie with United.
“We need to get this weekend out of the way and see where we’re at after that
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