The Dutchman will be missing for as much as two months after injuring himself trying to save Carlos Tevez's strike during the Swans' narrow defeat to Manchester City on SaturdaySwansea goalkeeper Michel Vorm is set to spend up to eight weeks on the sidelines after rupturing his adductor muscle, the club have confirmed.
The Dutchman had to be stretchered off the field against Manchester City on Saturday after injuring himself in the unsuccessful act of diving to save the 25-yard Carlos Tevez strike which won the game.
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Gerhard Tremmel, the 33-year-old German who replaced Vorm at the Etihad, is expected to deputise.
Kate Rees, the club's head physio, said: “Michel has a partial rupture of his adductor muscle. He are looking at six to eight weeks out.’’
The injury means Vorm could miss games against Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United.