Leeds United announces another player sidelined for the remainder of the season following groin surgery, dealing a setback to the Championship club.

The English youth international, who had been loaned to Plymouth Argyle in the Championship since January and received praise for his performances at Home Park, has had his loan spell cut short due to a groin injury that necessitated surgery.

This development coincides with news from Daniel Farke’s pre-Watford press conference, revealing that central defender Pascal Struijk is also out for the rest of the season following a similar surgical procedure.

In a statement released on Wednesday afternoon, Leeds United confirmed that both Pascal Struijk and Darko Gyabi underwent groin surgery and will be sidelined for the remainder of the 2023/24 season while they undergo rehabilitation at Thorp Arch. The club expressed their well wishes for their recovery and anticipation for their return to action.

Farke aims to reintegrate Struijk into the squad after the current season concludes, aiming for his availability for pre-season in July. Meanwhile, Gyabi’s loan club Plymouth anticipates a six-week absence for the 20-year-old midfielder, who made ten appearances and provided one assist under head coach Ian Foster during his time with the Pilgrims.

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