Chelsea forward Armando Broja has revealed he is ‘devastated’ to be ruled out of the rest of the season but has vowed to ‘come back even stronger’ from his injury setback.
Broja is out for the rest of the season after suffering a knee injury in Chelsea’s 1-0 defeat to the Premier League side.
Broja said: “I’m devastated to be ending 2022 in this way.
“It’s been difficult to process everything over the past few days, but I am determined to come back even stronger and better than before.
“Everyone has there own journey to the top, this is just a minor setback for the good things to come in the future.
“Thank you to everyone who has sent messages of support. It means a lot. I appreciate them all. I will be back soon.”
Chelsea said in a statement concerning Broja: “Scan results have unfortunately confirmed an anterior cruciate ligament rupture and that surgery will be required.
“He will work closely with the club’s medical department during his rehab.”