Tottenham defender Younes Kaboul out for four months
Thursday 30 August 2012
Younes Kaboul has undergone surgery on his injured knee and will be out for four months, the Tottenham defender has announced via Twitter.
Kaboul missed last weekend's 1-1 draw with against West Brom with the problem and he now claims he will be sidelined for around four months.
"Morning all,surgery done with success..Now looking forward for my rehab.I thank you all for your great support as usual!£comingbackstronger," the France centre-back said on Twitter.
He then added shortly after: "Sorry I forgot to mention how long (I will be out for)...(It) Should be 4 months."
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