A rough season for Timothy Fosu-Mensah ended in the worst way possible earlier this month.
The Manchester United youngster suffered a knee injury which required ligament surgery while on loan at Fulham.
Fosu-Mensah underwent the operation today (25/4/19) and sent a message to supporters with an update that it had been successful.
Operation went well.. thanyou for the messages. God bless❤️🙏🏾👍🏾 pic.twitter.com/eb7hqgyZ3o
— Timothy fosu-mensah (@tfosumensah) April 25, 2019
Fosu-Mensah did not do enough to win over Jose Mourinho in pre-season for Manchester United and was sent out on loan to Fulham.
At Fulham he played under three different managers, and was in and out of the team.
The Dutchman was beginning to show some promise late in the season under Scott Parker when he sustained his injury.
One highlight was The Sun reporting Fosu-Mensah had clocked the fastest pace of any player in the Premier League this season.
Now he faces a lengthy spell of rehab which is likely to cost him part of next season too. His contract at United runs until June 2020.