Though it was described as “nothing main” again in August, Calvin Ramsay is now dealing with “one other couple of months” out along with his damage at Preston.
Ramsay has not performed a aggressive recreation at senior degree since his first begin for Liverpool, which got here within the win over Derby within the League Cup.
That was in November, with surgical procedure then required on a severe knee damage in February, ending his maiden marketing campaign at Anfield early.
Having arrived from Aberdeen with undiagnosed again points, Ramsay solely featured eight instances throughout first staff and U21s final season, and the choice was made to mortgage him out for 2023/24.
But the right-back then suffered an damage previous to the beginning of the season at Preston, with supervisor Ryan Lowe explaining final month that he might be dealing with “six to eight weeks” out.
At the time, Lowe insisted it was “nothing main,” dismissing rumours of an early return to Liverpool, however he has now revealed Ramsay is ready for an extended layoff.
“He’s nonetheless out and doubtless shall be for an additional couple of months,” Lowe instructed reporters on Thursday.
“At the second he’s again at Liverpool doing his rehab there. When he’s match and prepared, he’ll be again with us.”
It serves as one other blow for Ramsay, who could have hoped, given his preliminary timeframe for restoration, to be nearing a return to coaching throughout the subsequent fortnight.
Instead, it seems as if the 20-year-old won’t be concerned for Preston till at the least November, which can mark a yr since his final senior recreation.
His return to the AXA Training Centre for rehabilitation just isn’t unusual, with loanees out with long-term accidents sometimes taking of their restoration work on Merseyside.
In Ramsay’s absence, Brad Potts has been an ever-present at proper wing-back for Preston within the Championship.
North End, who’ve a powerful relationship with Liverpool, are unbeaten of their opening 5 video games and on a four-game successful streak.