The summer signing from Ipswich Town has been out of action since August
AFC Bournemouth have not been blessed by luck in the injury department this season. Callum Wilson is out for most of the season with a knee injury. Their two record signings are also both out of action until the New Year with knee injuries. Max Gradel is out until February but Tyrone Mings is out for even longer. The summer signing from Ipswich Town might even miss the start of next season with a terrible knee injury, suffering tears to both his anterior and medial ligaments.
Tyrone Mings cost the club £8 million from Ipswich, according to The Mirror. He was injured in a challenge with Leicester midfielder Danny Drinkwater on the 29th August and underwent surgery on the injury immediately after the damage was sustained.
It seems he has now had to have further surgery on his horrific injury.
He posted this image and message on his official Twitter page earlier today as the Bournemouth star went under the knife once again.
Back in hospital for some adjustments no one ever said it would be straightforward pic.twitter.com/lOYFzD6Njc— Tyrone Mings (@OfficialTM_3) November 11, 2015
Bournemouth have struggled in recent weeks after the injury problems suffered by three of their main players including two new signings.
Bournemouth are now facing a sure fight against relegation which, judging by today's post, Mings won't be helping them in their fight for survival.