Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Saša Kalajdžić is being treated in England by specialist Dr. Andy Williams, after suffering a serious knee injury last weekend.

That’s what Sky Deutschland journalist Philipp Hinze is reporting, and took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to share this update.

After being overlooked by Gary O’Neil, Wolves let the striker join Eintracht Frankfurt on a loan deal in the winter market.

The Austria international had a good start to his loan spell in Germany, before rupturing his cruciate and lateral ligaments in his right knee in the clash against SC Freiburg.

Two days ago, journalist Peter Linden stated the Wolves owned player is scheduled to undergo a surgery in Austria on Thursday. There seems to have been a change of plans as Hinze now claims the 26-year-old will be treated in England.

The journalist will have likely obtained this information from the Wolves man’s agent, Sascha Empacher, who also talked about his client’s latest setback.

“It’s frustrating, but don’t worry: Saša is coming back! He’s mentally very strong and is now taking on this task. After that, we’ll see him again in winter at the latest,” he told Sky.

This is the third serious injury suffered by Kalajdžić in his career and second since joining Wolves from VfB Stuttgart in 2022.

His deal at Molineux lasts until 2027.