Journalist Tom Collomosse shared an update on social media reporting that the initial recovery period of Pedro Neto

Wolverhampton Wanderers’ winger Pedro Neto is set to spend some time on the sidelines due to an injury he sustained during a match against Newcastle United. A recent social media update by journalist Tom Collomosse suggests that Neto’s initial estimate of a “couple of weeks” for his recovery might be overly optimistic. Neto had been in excellent form at the beginning of the season, contributing seven assists and scoring one goal for Wolves, playing a pivotal role in the team.

However, his promising streak was disrupted when he injured his hamstring while making a sprint toward the goal in the Newcastle game. He received medical attention on the field for several minutes and was eventually taken off on a stretcher, a concerning sight for Wolves’ fans.

Initially, Neto attempted to reassure supporters by stating on social media that he expected to be out for “a couple of weeks.” However, there are now doubts about this optimistic timeline.

Pedro Neto in tears over another heartbreaking injury blow as Wolves star  stretchered off - Daily Star

Journalist Tom Collomosse believes that Neto’s return in a couple of weeks may not be a realistic expectation. He suggested that the winger might not be back until Christmas. Moreover, Neto or someone managing his social media account appears to have edited the initial update, changing it to “a few weeks.” This adjustment suggests that Neto may have been hasty in trying to ease fans’ concerns with his initial announcement.

It is becoming more likely that Neto will miss several games for Wolves. Given the upcoming international break, it seems improbable that he will participate in the next two matches against Sheffield United and Tottenham Hotspur. The following international break begins on November 13, and Wolves are scheduled to face Fulham on November 27. It is possible that Neto might make his return to the field around that time.

In summary, Pedro Neto’s injury is expected to keep him out of action for a longer period than initially thought, but it might not be as dire as feared when he was carried off on a stretcher. Additional information may have prompted the revision of his recovery timeline, and it’s doubtful that he will feature in the next few Wolves games due to an upcoming international break.

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