Mathew Ryan is Australia’s number one goalkeeper. In the summer transfer window of 2021, he officially transferred to Real Sociedad in La Liga, Spain.
Unfortunately for Ryan, he injured his knee while training in early August and required surgery.
The goalkeeper born in 1992 reassured fans: “Everything is going very well. Currently, I am stuck in the recovery room. Initially, they said I need 4 weeks to recover, but I managed to return to the hospital. earlier than that time, I think things are going in the right direction.
Day after day you have to see how the wound responds to the exercise. However, without any major obstacles, I think I can return to training soon with the team. Hopefully in two weeks.”
Mathew Ryan said that one of the motivations for him to recover quickly was the third qualifying campaign for the 2022 World Cup with the Australian team. In the immediate future, he wants to attend the match against China (September 2) and Vietnam (September 7).
“Part of my motivation to come back early is obviously to play for the Australian team in September against China and Vietnam,” Ryan shared.
“My motivation is to play every week, just work hard.”
The 29-year-old goalkeeper added: “An important period is coming for us and I have paid attention to it. I am confident that I will be able to play with the Australian team without any major obstacles or problems. anything like that”.
Mathew Ryan started his professional career with Blacktown City. In 2010, he played for the Central Coast Mariners in the A-League.
After 3 seasons, Ryan set foot in Europe with the first destination being Club Brugge (Belgium). After that, he played for Valencia (Spain), Genk (Belgium), Brighton & Hove Albion, Arsenal (England) and now Real Socieda (Spain).
Ryan became familiar with Vietnamese fans when he regularly starred in Brighton & Hove Albion in the English Premier League from the 2017/2018 season.
At the national team level, Mathew Ryan has played for Australia since 2012, playing 61 matches.
In the second qualifying round of the 2022 World Cup, Ryan started 7/8 matches for the Australian team, keeping 6 clean sheets.
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