Beşiktaş midfielder Veli Kavlak will not have to be operated on according to Eurosport TR.
The Black Eagles recently relased an official statement confirming that Kavlak was set to undergo further medical examinations in Germany.
The statement read: “Veli Kavlak has been suffering with a shoulder condition, he recently had an operation in Germany and will return for another medical examination.”
Kavlak’s injury is not as serious as was previously thought, the Austrian international will however, still need physiotherapy.
The hardworking midfielder has missed the Black Eagles last three games due to his shoulder injury.
January signing Tolgay Arslan has been filling in for Kavlak in a holding midfield position.
Kavlak was born in Austria but is also a Turkish citizen through his parents.
The 25-year-old joined Beşiktaş for £600,000 from Rapid Vienna in 2011 and has eight goals and 14 assists in 144 appearances for the Black Eagles.
The Black Eagles returned to the top of the table following the 2-0 win over Trabzonspor at the Avni Aker stadium.