Ki Not Sure When Training Will Start
Tuesday, 25th Jul 2017 07:23 by Planet Swans (follow us on Twitter @swansnews)
Ki Sung-Yeung's Swansea career is at a crossroads as he enters into the last year of his contract and it has to be said that it is difficult to see the Swans wanting to extend it beyond this season.
Apart from one very strong season under Garry Monk his time at Swansea has not been glittered with success and Ki has been proven to be one of those injury prone players and heavily criticised for being too lightweight.
He underwent the surgeon's knife in the summer and has almost become a forgotten man at the club with few referring to him and some rumours suggesting that the club were even unaware of his injury that was picked up on national team duty.
Ki has played no part in pre-season so far and not even begun to train following his injury and he is not sure when that training will start again as he explained to the Korea Herald "I don't know when I will start training with Swansea, but I'm getting better
"I wasn't comfortable with my knee before, and it actually feels good to have surgery.
"It's important for me to make my body perfectly fit," he said. "If I can be healthy again, I know I can have a good game."
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