The Angers Club manager is hoping to bring the Brighton loanee back ‘100 per cent’.


Jean-Jacques Batum, manager of LIGUE 1 club Angers, has confirmed Albion loanee Abdallah Sima is struggling for his fitness after an injury-hit 2021/22 season.

Sima spent last season on loan at Stoke City after joining Albion on deadline day last summer but failed to make an impact after numerous injuries throughout the season.

The former SK Slavia Prague forward was in pre-season training with Albion and appeared to be in good form, leading to his move to the French club.

The move had hoped it would help boost his career but it seems he has already suffered a new setback.

According to reports in France, the forward has picked up a hamstring injury and could be out until the end of August.

Batum told Ouest France: “We know he’s coming from a season where he was disrupted by injuries and it will take a little while for him to get back to 100 per cent.”

The report also claims the club hope Sima will be ‘ready to play’ within three weeks.

Angers have currently gained two points this season as they drew their first two games of the season. The Angers Club manager is hoping to bring the Brighton loanee back ‘100 per cent’.

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