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Swans suffer double injury blow

Fer was stretchered off in the first half of the Swans’ 1-1 draw at Leicester City on Saturday after going down unchallenged.

A scan confirmed the Dutch midfielder had ruptured his Achilles and he is now expected to undergo surgery.

The same fate also awaits Bony after a scan revealed the striker had torn his anterior cruciate ligament.

The Ivory Coast international suffered the knee injury when he landed awkwardly just moments after coming on as a second-half substitute at the King Power Stadium.

Despite battling on to help secure the Swans a precious point in their survival fight, Bony left the stadium in a knee brace.

Both players will be assessed further in the week and an update will follow.

Everyone at the Swans wishes both players speedy recoveries.

 

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Leroy FerWilfried Bony

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