John Terry will be out of action for another 2-3 weeks, following his PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Therapy- a procedure which uses the athlete’s own blood cells to repair tendons and cartilage. The defender has suffered after picking up an Achilles Injury.
Terry posted on his Instagram a photo of himself undergoing PRP Therapy with a caption, “PRP. Being injured is the most frustrating thing as a player. Working hard to get back fit. @chelseafc.” Terry will miss crucial fixtures, one of which sees The Blues hosting Manchester City at Stamford Bridge. Not only this, but also the games against Bournemouth (away) and Tottenham (home) with an expected return against relegation fighting side Sunderland on May 7.
For John Terry, this is a major blow, as he has been out for several weeks now. He is still unsure over his future at Chelsea and with new boss Antonio Conte possibly monitoring the situation of each player at the Bridge, this makes it tough for Terry to gain a contract for another term. His fitness has been a cause of major concern for The Blues in recent past.