The injury plagued Jack Rodwell is expected to make a comeback

This past season of the Premier League was an underwhelming one for Sunderland’s Jack Rodwell as the midfielder struggled trying to stay fit as he was plagued with consistent injuries which kept him out of the pitch and in the sidelines for a significantly long period of time

Sunderland had signed Jack Rodwell for a price of €10 million as the English played made a move from Manchester City over to Sunderland and Sunderland wanted to make full use of their signing by placing him in all of the matches of the past season but it couldn’t happen due to all the injuries that Rodwell sustained but the player is now going through a pre-season training with the rest of his teammates of Sunderland and Rodwell is back in action.

Jack Rodwell has finally managed to recover from his recent injury struggles and for the past few days he has been training with his team at the Academy of Light.

Michael Proctor is a retired footballer who played for Sunderland for over 5 years and he believes that Jack Rodwell is a player that has gone through a lot of tough times but Proctor is expecting Rodwell to overcome it and come back stronger in the next season.

Former Sunderland player, Michael Proctor said: “Jack Rodwell had a tough season but again we know what he can be capable of. For me, one of Dick Advocaat’s biggest challenges is to get the best out of him next year.”

EmanueleGiaccherini is another player who has been hampered with injuries but along with Jack Rodwell, Giaccherini is expected to make a return to the pitch and play a big role for the Premier League club in the next season as Sunderland will be looking towards finishing in the middle section of the English league and avoid sticking to the bottom spots which is what happened in the previous season where they finished in the 16th spot with 3 points separating them from the relegation zone.