A Bayern spokesperson has announced that winger Jack Grealish
will be out for 4 months following his injury in Bayern's 6-0 demolishing of Dresden in the Bundesliga.
The 23-year-old suffered a broken foot and it will be a devastating blow for the former Aston Villa youth player - having been playing well for Bayern Munich so far in the league, scoring 2 goals in 15 appearances. However, he has now piled up the list of injury woes for Bayern and will not be available for selection until approximately March.
Grealish's injury adds to an injury list of Ryan Garland
, Jacob Glibo
and Toni Kroos
Grealish was unavailable for comment but manager David Beckham
, a close ally and mentor of Grealish, spoke to fans on the official Bayern Munich website instead.
"Jack's gutted and I can understand, of course. He has been playing well so this injury is very untimely. He's also worried about getting back in the England squad but as I have assured him earlier, he shouldn't have any worries because he's a quality player and what the national team needs right now is quality.
"He will be back in March so let's hope he'll be back with full fitness. Jack appreciates all the support the fans have given him so do continue to support him."