Arkadiusz Milik ruled out for a month


Juventus striker Arkadiusz Milik has undergone a successful knee operation, but he’ll be ruled out for approximately a month. The Polish international sustained the knee injury during a friendly match between his  national team and Ukraine in preparation for the EURO’s, a competition he is now set to miss.

An official announcement from Juventus read:

Following the injury sustained during the friendly match played between Poland and Ukraine on Friday 7 June, Arkadiusz Milik underwent selective arthroscopic meniscectomy surgery on the medial meniscus of his left knee this morning, Monday 10 June.

The operation, the very first of a First Team player performed directly at J|Medical, was conducted by Professor Roberto Rossi and was deemed a success. The player will begin his rehabilitation tomorrow with the aim of resuming competitive activity as soon as possible.

The surgery’s success offers a glimmer of hope for Milik’s swift recovery, with the player scheduled to begin rehabilitation immediately to facilitate his return to competitive action.

With an estimated recovery time of around thirty to forty days, Milik is expected to miss only the initial phase of the summer training sessions. Despite the setback, Juventus remains optimistic about his eventual return to the pitch.


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