Bayern Munich have confirmed that Lukas Hernandez ligament was damaged by an ankle injury
Bayern Munich have confirmed that Lukas Hernandez ligament was damaged by an ankle injury in the–2 Champions League win over Olympiacos.
Hernandez was removed from the field ahead of Grain’s Hour mark in a new push for Bayern’s thin defensive stock.
The left-leaning France international has faced “several weeks” on Tuesday, sports director Hassan Salimimadzik said Tuesday, though the club could not confirm the exact timetable.
The latest incident occurred less than a week after surgery on first-choice center-back Niclas Sul after surgery on the cruciate ligament for the 20-year-old Hernandez.
“Hernandez had a partial tearing of the inner ligament of the right ankle,” Byrne declared.
Hernandez just returned from a knee injury and found that he was turned into a club-versus-country row when France were named in the France squad for the qualifying double-header against Iceland and Turkey in 2003 when Bayern wanted to recover. In the club.
Although there was better news for Bayern in the case of Javi Martinez and Serge Janabry.
Spain’s midfielder Martinez was taken at half-time against the Olympiacos but Byrne said he was “only a neurogenic muscle tightened”.
Gnabry was able to firmly take a knee kick in the stroke, but both will have to take part in reduced training over the next few days.