Bengaluru: India fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah on Tuesday (October 29) gave good news to fans as he took to the micro-blogging website Twitter to share a picture.

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Bumrah, who is currently not part of the Indian teams due to back injury, posted a snap of himself in a gym with the caption “coming soon”. Earlier this month, he had visited the United Kingdom (UK) for his treatment on stress fracture, according to a BCCI official.

"The BCCI is sending Bumrah to London for further treatment on his stress fracture. The NCA head physiotherapist Ashish Kaushik will be accompanying him. The BCCI has fixed appointments with three different specialists to get multiple opinion," a senior Board functionary told PTI on condition of on conditions of anonymity.

The right-arm paceman missed the recently concluded Freedom Test Series against South Africa. He is also not part of the T20I and Test squads for the home series against Bangladesh.

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India’s bowling coach Bharat Arun had confirmed that Bumrah will not require surgery and will be back to action soon.

“Fast bowling is an unnatural activity. Despite our best efforts there can be no guarantees. We expect Bumrah to be back sooner than later, hopefully in time for the New Zealand Test series that is our next big challenge,” Arun told The Hindu. “As of now, he doesn't need surgery.”

The 25-year-old Bumrah, who is ranked number one in the world in ODIs, has so far played 12 Tests, 58 ODIs and 42 T20Is.