Victim of persistent pain in the left wrist, Mike Maignan underwent surgery on Wednesday, and may not play again with Milan for two months.
Bad news for Mike Maignan. After winning the Nations League with the France team, the AC Milan goalkeeper underwent surgery on his left wrist this Saturday, and should spend several weeks in the infirmary.
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“A persistent pain in Mike Maignan’s left wrist requires, after a thorough examination, an arthroscopy which will be performed on Wednesday morning”, explained the Lombard club in a statement released Tuesday evening.
At first, an absence of two weeks was mentioned but, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the former Lille will have to take his illness patiently and will spend “six to ten weeks in the infirmary, depending on whether the ligaments are affected or not”.
Not to miss
Which matches will he miss?
Bad news for Maignan, therefore, but also for Milan. Dolphins of Naples in Serie A, the Rossoneri of Stefano Pioli will have to compose without their goalkeeper against Hellas Verona, Bologna, Torino and especially Roma, Inter and Fiorentina …
Not to mention three shocks in the Champions League during the expected six weeks of absence, two against Porto and one against Atlético de Madrid. Which goalkeeper will Milan play with? According to information from Sky Sport Italia, Antonio Mirante (38), free from any contract, could be recruited urgently.