Former Celtic loan player Charly Musonda has been reportedly told he has only a 20% chance of ever playing football at a professional level again after a horrific knee injury.
Charly signed an 18-month deal with Celtic under Brendan Rodgers but it only lasted 6 months before the club and player went their separate ways.
The Belgian was once rated as best young player in the world but he’s found it hard to live up to that status. Injuries have certainly hampered his progress and now this latest news means the player is fighting for his football career as a whole rather than living up any past monikers.
Charly Musonda Jr. (Soon 24) doesn’t give up his dream. He’s still recovering from a serious knee operation – doctors gave him 20% chance to be able to play again. He’s working in Dubai.
— Kristof Terreur 📰🎥 (@HLNinEngeland) October 8, 2020
The 23-year-old is determined to make it back from this injury but there’s no telling how it will pan out. Doctors are giving him such a low chance of a return, it would be a shame to see such a young, talented player.