Spain-based Warriors forward Tino Kadewere says he is “happy” to be back in training with La Liga club Mallorca after recovering from an injury he sustained in September, a month after the Spanish top-flight outfit.
Kadewere, who signed on loan from French Ligue 1 club Lyon in August, started light training with the rest of the Mallorca squad at the beginning of October as the medical staff at the club continue to monitor him for a full comeback.
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The 26-year-old striker suffered an injury to the quadriceps of his right leg during training ahead of his debut for the club two months ago.
“Give thanks to God for his amazing work. So happy to be back with the guys,” wrote Kadewere on his official social media platforms.
Kadewere, who was initially expected to only make his Mallorca debut after the World Cup break could feature for his new club before the league goes on a break before the global tournament in Qatar.
Real Mallorca coach Javier Aguirre remarked how he couldn’t wait to have the Zimbabwean back in action, joking that he was waiting for Kadewere like “rain in May.”
In an interview with the Spanish newspaper Marca, Aguirre said Kadewere would give his team’s frontline a new dimension due to his unique skill set.
“Tino Kadewere is a different striker than Abdón Prats, Muriqi or Ángel Rodríguez. He is fast, he has an eye for space and he comes to complement the attack,” said Aguirre when Mallorca agreed to bring the Zimbabwean striker.