The Club this evening confirms Ryan Edmondson has suffered an ankle injury in training.— Aberdeen FC (@AberdeenFC) August 12, 2020
A subsequent scan has revealed he could be out for up to 3-4 months and Ryan has now returned to @LUFC to see a specialist who will determine the next steps in his treatment. pic.twitter.com/zMJzEL3Ole
A scan on the injury has shown he could be out for up to four months, and therefore his loan has been cut short and he has returned to Leeds United. He will now see a specialist to figure out the next steps.
It is really bad news for Edmondson. The former York City striker has impressed in the u23 setup but was in need of a chance at first team level. This move would have given him a chance not only in Scotland, but a chance to play in the Europa League. Something which was a major motivating factor in his move.
Edmondson, 19, said: “The chance to play European football is massive for me. The Europa League is a very big competition and the fact Aberdeen are involved in that, for someone my age, it will be an unbelievable experience.
“To be involved in European football was a massive incentive for coming up to Aberdeen.”
Hopefully Edmondson can get himself fit in time for the next transfer window and get another loan move sorted (or score loads for Leeds’ u23s and force his way into Marcelo Bielsa’s plans).