Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Sasa Kalajdzic finds his ‘career on the brink’, with his latest injury the sixth serious one he’s suffered in his short career to date.

That’s according to Peter Linden, who covers the player today after he suffered a rupture of the cruciate and lateral ligaments in his right knee.

The striker’s diagnosis was confirmed on Monday, meaning the striker faces another extended period on the sidelines after only coming back from a similar injury for the start of this season.

Linden reports the Wolves man, who is on loan at Eintracht Frankfurt, now finds his ‘career on the brink’ given this is his third cruciate ligament tear in five year and the sixth serious injury of his career so far.

He’s suffered from a metatarsal fracture, torn syndesmotic ligament, a torn cruciate ligament, torn ligaments in his shoulder and then a cruciate ligament tear in his first game for Wolves followed by this latest injury.

He’s booked in for an operation in London on Thursday and Frankfurt will send him to sports scientist Franz Leberbauer in Salzburg for rehab, an express wish from the Wolves striker.

The hope is he can be back in 2025 but the situation is worrying, to say the least, and ‘a personal tragedy’ for the striker, whose luck appears to be non-existent.