May 25, 2024

Nathan Jones, Charlton Athletic manager, has stated that Miles Leaburn is ‘progressing’ in his rehabilitation from injury.
Charlton Athletic have been without the striker for much of this season.

The League One club will not rush back Leaburn, 20, and will instead work to gradually ease him back into the squad.

Jones has issued an update on his situation, according to the official club website: “He is progressing. Because of the severity of his condition, there is no point in rushing him back. It was a hamstring injury, and strikers who are swift, pacey, and forceful require strong hamstrings.

“It’s frustrating for the club since he’s been out and has missed the second half of the season. I haven’t been able to work with him, which is irritating. He’s on track, but we need to make sure everything is in order because you can’t risk a young player with an injury like that, especially one that is so vital to us.”

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Charlton Athletic would benefit greatly from Leaburn’s return to fitness and preparation for next season.
They will like their prospects of becoming a force to be reckoned with in the third division as former Luton Town, Stoke City, and Southampton boss Jones prepares for his first full season in command.

Since taking over for Michael Appleton, the Welshman has done a consistent job at The Valley and will be looking to advance to the Championship.
Leaburn has a bright future ahead of him and will be anxious to make up for lost time after his frustrating stay in the treatment room.

The attacker is under contract with the Addicks until June 2025, so they have no incentive to sell him anytime soon. He was connected with West Ham in the Premier League last winter, according to TEAMtalk, but nothing came of it.

He was on Chelsea’s books before joining Charlton Athletic in 2019. The Bromley native has since advanced to the first team, appearing in 58 games across all competitions and scoring 20 goals.

The Addicks have two more fixtures to play before they can begin planning for the summer, which will see both comings and goings.

They drew 1-1 away to Cambridge United last time out and will face Shrewsbury Town this weekend before their final day trip to Wycombe Wanderers.

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