Wolfpack to be without forward for four months
Brad Singleton requires surgery on his knee and is set to be out of action for Toronto Wolfpack for four months.
The 27-year-old left Leeds Rhinos to sign with the newly-promoted Wolfpack during the off-season and he has started three of their four games this term.
Toronto have struggled to adapt with the step up to Super League, losing all four matches, and Singleton's unavailability comes as a major blow.
He scored one try prior to rupturing the lateral medial ligament in his knee and Toronto expect him to be out for "around four months".
Toronto said: "Brad Singleton has unfortunately fully ruptured the lateral medial ligament in his knee. In his first season with the Wolfpack, Singleton will be having surgery in the coming days and is expected to miss four months."
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