Coronation Street’s Alan Halsall forced to take break from soap after surgery

Coronation Street’s Alan Halsall will be taking a short break from the ITV soap.

The Tyrone Dobbs actor issued a health update on Instagram on Wednesday as the actor smiled through the pain after he shared a photo from his bed with his leg placed in a cast.

The 41 year old told fans he had ACL reconstruction surgery, whereby the torn ligament is replaced with a tissue graft in his knee.

It has since been confirmed to Express Online that the actor will be taking a short break from Weatherfield as he continues his recovery.

A Coronation Street spokesperson told “Alan will be on screen in the coming weeks as we film two months ahead, and then he’ll be taking a short break whilst he recovers.”

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The soap star said it will take up to a year before he makes a full recovery as he continues with rehabilitation.

Posing with his thumbs up, Alan shared: “ACL Reconstruction surgery. Well, On Friday I underwent ACL reconstruction surgery.

“I have been told the surgery went really well.”

The soap star said he was heading in the right direction but the road to recovery would be long after undergoing the surgery last Friday.

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“I know I have a long 9-12 months of rehabilitation ahead of me but I’m sure with the support of family & friends I’ll get there,” he continued.

He then praised the NHS for their support during this time and added: “Thank you to the amazing! Staff at Oaklands and also thanks to my very own nurse.”

The Corrie star was inundated with messages of support from his co-stars, as Georgia Taylor wrote: “Aw recover well, darling!”

Claire Sweeney penned: “This is great news, glad it was a success.”

Alan is best known for playing lovable Tyrone on the cobbles.

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