KARPATY Lviv has sent out a message to Scottish Press about the injury status of Celtic plater Maryan Shved after reports the player had suffered a rupture in his leg.
Reports which had quotes from the Karpaty manager said they were awaiting results of a scan to see how bad Shved’s injury was after he missed out on playing Shakhtar Donetsk at the weekend.
Today they have confirmed the player is fit and ready to go for their next game against Mariupol.
Marian Shved is training with Karpaty team's main group preparing to the next league match scheduled for closest weekend. It is difficult to understand in which way he can do it suffering muscle rupture. We are passing our modest greetings to the tabloids from the Isles. pic.twitter.com/ULSmFGDLQu
— FC Karpaty Lviv (@FCKarpatyLviv) March 13, 2019
The injury Shved was said to have sustained could have kept him out from anywhere between three weeks and four months but it looks like a false alarm and the club were making sure everybody knew the situation.
The winger signed for Celtic in January but was loaned straight back out to the Ukranian club to finish the season. Maryan is due in Glasgow before the end of this season where he will properly meet his new team-mates.