Bafetimbi Gomis might recover in time for Swansea City’s match against Arsenal
A hamstring tear has forced Bafetimbi Gomis to be unable to play in the pitch for almost an entire month but now medical reports are coming in and are claiming that the recovery of the French attacker is going faster than expected and he might be able to perform in Swansea City’s Premier League match against Arsenal which is scheduled to take place on May 11.
Bafetimbi Gomis is an important player for Garry Monk as the player has scored 5 goals in this season. He is one of the top goal-scorers for the Premier League club.
The manager of Swansea City, Garry Monk announced that Gomis has already been training with the rest of his teammates but it remains uncertain if Gomis would be able to perform against Arsenal.
Garry Monk said: “Bafe is back in training and we will have to assess if he is ready to start, but it will be good to have him back as we are getting short on bodies. We have had a few injuries, but that comes back to adding to the squad.
5 goals in this season might not sound like a very high amount of goals but Bafetimbi Gomis along with Ki Sung-Yeung and Gylfi Sigurdsson are the top goal-scorers of Swansea City in this campaign.
Before Gomis had picked up his hamstring tear, the French forward was going through a fine form as the player scored twice when playing against Hull City on April 4th and also managed to score the only goal of Swansea City’s match against Aston Villa on March 21st.
Garry Monk is going through his first season in charge of Swansea City and things are going well for him as the club is on their way of finishing in a better position than in the previous season when Swansea City ended their campaign at the 12th spot with 42 points.
Swansea City is currently located in the 8th spot and have already collected 53 points.