Brentford attacker Sergi Canos has been out injured for the past six weeks, but Bees supporters will be ecstatic to see the midfielder doing well in his recovery as he works his way back to full fitness.
While a return to the pitch for Canos could be a long way off yet, the midfielder being able to recover in a swimming pool as his rehabilitation continues is a good sign for all that the midfielder could be back after Christmas.
The Spaniard has been a vital player for Brentford since signing from Norwich City in 2017 having had a previous loan spell in the 2015-2016 season while on the books of European champions Liverpool.
Brentford fans will be fearing the loss of Ollie Watkins and Said Benrahma, who have been attracting interest from the Premier League lately, and with Canos still out injured, Bees fans won’t want to see two of their other best attackers depart the club anytime soon.
The Spaniard typically brings some Spanish flair and style to his game, the winger being good with the ball at his feet and being able to wriggle out of tight spaces as well as not being particularly large in size and therefore having a good low centre of gravity.
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Brentford fans were disappointed when they found out that Canos would be spending a long spell on the sidelines, having signed a new contract the day before news of his injury broke, but they will now be praying that his recovery is going better than expected and that he will soon be back from injury.
The 22-year-old has the ability to be a key player for Brentford over the season and help drive them into the top part of the table, as well as form a deadly strike force with Watkins and Benrahma in a 4-3-3 formation, however, a crucial season in his personal development has been disrupted by injury.
Brentford fans will be delighted to see that one of their star men is slowly coming back from his injury and could be available for Brentford in the coming months as long as he doesn’t suffer set backs, with the midfielder having a positive season before his injury.