Kevin Schade Out For Months After Suffering a Groin Injury That Requires Surgery


    Brentford striker Kevin Schade has been ruled out for several months due to a groin injury that requires surgery.

    The German suffered a horrible injury during the warm-up before the match against Everton, which ended in a defeat for the Bees.

    As confirmed by Brentford manager Thomas Frank, who claimed Kevin Schade will be out for months and it is going to be a big blow for the team going forward this season.

    Frank also revealed the caliber of player Schade is, in his recent statement, saying, “He is a player we have big expectations for, and he was starting to show some of his fantastic abilities with a goal against Crystal Palace.”

    Schade, who initially joined Brentford from Freiburg on loan in the January transfer window, made a permanent switch to the Bees for a fee of £22 million.

    Since joining the football club, the striker has made 25 appearances, scoring just one goal in all competitions.

    In addition, Thomas Frank also revealed the fact that defender Ben Mee is out for some weeks with a muscle injury.

    Also, Brentford midfielder Mikkel Damsgaard has been required to see a knee specialist.

    Despite a huge number of absentees, Frank is looking forward to putting up a strong squad against Arsenal when both teams meet in the 3rd round of the Carabao Cup on September 27, 2023.

    A win against Arsenal in the third round will boost the morale of the players despite the poor start to the 2023–24 season.

    The Bees are currently in the 13th position on the Premier League table with six points from six matches.

    Kevin Schade Age

    The striker was born on November 27, 2001, in the city of Potsdam, Germany. He is currently 21 years old and has a height of 1.85 m (6 feet and 1 inch).

    Kevin Schade

    Kevin Schade Stats 

    The German youngster had made 158 appearances, scoring 36 goals and creating 22 assists in all club competitions.

    Schade has received 28 yellow cards and one red card in his career so far.

    Kevin Schade

    Out of the 36 goals scored, 28 were for SC Freiburg, one for Brentford, and seven for FC Energie Cottbus.

    In addition, the attacker had made three appearances for the Germany national team without scoring a single goal.

    However, due to his age, Kevin Schade is likely to end up as a legend on the German national team.

    Kevin Schade Salary

    The striker receives £10,000 weekly wages and a yearly salary of £520,000. Schade signed a five-year deal with Brentford and is highly likely to earn £2,600,000 at the end of his contract in 2028.

    Previously at SC Freiburg, Kevin Schade was earning a weekly wage of 4,618 and a yearly salary of 240,126.

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