Newcastle United midfielder Miguel Almiron is reportedly four weeks away from returning to the team after his spell out injured.
The Paraguay international has been a key player for Steve Bruce’s side, and Newcastle fans would surely welcome him back as soon as possible.
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The Magpies haven’t been at their best so could do with all the help they can get, and Almiron has it in him to make a positive impact.
Luckily for NUFC supporters, Paraguay’s national team doctor has a positive update on the 27-year-old.
He’s now tipping Almiron to be back in action in four weeks’ time.
“Miguel Almiron has a right knee injury, and it would be four weeks to recover,” Osvaldo Insfran said.
“I still haven’t seen the MRI, but I spoke with him and he is pain-free, running on the treadmill.”