USMNT captain Tyler Adams out indefinitely with hamstring harm

Leeds midfielder Tyler Adams will miss an undetermined period of time with a hamstring harm, and supervisor Javi Gracia mentioned the American will not be straightforward to interchange.

The 24-year-old Adams was dominated out of Leeds’ match at Wolverhampton on Saturday after sustaining the harm this week in coaching. The United States captain may also miss upcoming video games along with his nationwide crew.

“Tyler is different than others. There is no one like Tyler,” Gracia mentioned of the defensive midfielder.

The Spanish supervisor provided no timetable for Adams’ return because the membership battles to remain within the Premier League.

“Tyler is injured and in this moment he’s with a specialist and we’ll see how long he’s out of the team,” Gracia mentioned. “We have other players. All of us know that Tyler is a key player for us but we have to manage with the squad we have.”

Weston McKennie and Marc Roca are choices to fill in, as are 19-year-old Darko Gyabi and 17-year-old Archie Gray, Gracia mentioned.

“These are the players that are usually training with us in that position,” the previous Watford supervisor mentioned on Thursday.

Leeds is one spot above last-place Southampton however the backside six groups are separated by solely three factors.

Reporting by The Associated Press.

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