Enterprising WAFA SC midfielder Majeed Ashimeru has been ruled out for the next two months after completing a succesful surgery on Friday.
The talented teenage attacker underwent the surgery in Belgium to correct an injury to his left knee.
According to a statement by WAFA SC, the “youngster went under the knife yesterday (Friday) at the AZ Monica Hospital in the city of Antwerp.
“Dr.Geert Declercq, famous specialist and also doctor of the Belgium national team, performed the operation.
“Ashimeru will spend close to six weeks on the sidelines to recovery fully fit.
“Management wishes him a speedy recovery,” the statement ended.
Ashimeru broke into the limelight last season when he dazzled for the Academy side in his debut season in the Ghanaian top flight and went on to earn a nomination for a Young Player of the season Award.
He earned an invitation from Portuguese side Rio Ave where he trained with them for close to three months before reverting to WAFA for the 2015/16 Ghana Premier League.