Charly Musonda has revealed that he was given a very slim chance that he would make a return to the footballing world,12 months following a horrific knee injury that set him on the sidelines..
The previous starlet was out on loan to Vitesse Arnhem from the Dutch league and the Chelsea product was injured during a match.
When extreme harm to his knee ligaments had experts speculating if he would ever play again.
The Belgian teen was a failed loanee at Celtic back in 2018 after arriving with a big reputation of being the next big thing.
Brendan Rodgers sealed the signature of the extremely high rated teen on an 18-month deal, however he only made eight appearances and couldn’t quit cut it in Scottish football.
As reported by The Scottish Sun, Musonda has mentioned his desire to make a return, even when experts doubt that he’ll ever be the same player he once was that he has.
“Seven months ago I underwent surgery on my knee ligaments.
“The medical people gave me barely a 20 per cent chance to ever play professional football again.
“After not being in top shape for almost four years, I am continuing my path to recovery and redemption.
“I hope to be back training in about four months.
“My view is to never give up on your dreams, no matter how difficult they can be and to stay motivated.”
Musonda never really got a great chance at Celtic and even though you could see he was a good player, it was a hard task to ask of a young loanee to break into such a dominant Celtic team.
There will be more opportunities for Charly in the future and hopefully the young starlet gets his chance at stardom.