Milan announces the absence of his goalkeeper for a long time and the installation of a screw in his wrist
AC Milan announced on Wednesday that French international goalkeeper Mike Mainan will be out for 10 weeks, after undergoing surgery for an injury to his left wrist.
Milan said Mainan underwent an endoscopic examination "which identified a ligament injury to his left wrist and it has been treated".
The Italian club added that "a screw was also installed percutaneously in the wrist bone in his wrist due to a problem with the blood vessels," stressing that the surgery was carried out "with great success."
The goalkeeper, who has played only one international match with the French national team, will begin six weeks of rehabilitation before resuming training, and is likely to return to competition after ten weeks.
It is possible that Mainan will miss not only the Italian League and Champions League matches with Milan, but also the "roosters" matches in the Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifiers next November.
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