Milan, Florenzi underwent surgery: five months out

The Rossoneri winger went under the knife after injury to the proximal hamstring tendon of the right thigh

Milan lose for five months Alessandro Florenzi. The Rossoneri winger underwent surgery after his injury to proximal hamstring tendon of the right thigh remedied last August 30 against Sassuolo and Stefano Pioli will not be able to have it back before mid-February. The operation took place in Finlandin the clinic of prof. Lasse Lempainenan expert in orthopedics and sports medicine who dealt, among other things, with the reconstruction of the Achilles tendon of Spinazzola. Florenzi will be back in Italy on Friday and rehabilitation will begin immediately.

THE MILAN PRESS RELEASE

“AC Milan announces that Alessandro Florenzi, during the match against Sassuolo, suffered a serious injury to the proximal hamstring tendon of the left thigh which required surgery; the operation was performed this morning by Prof. Lasse Lempainen in Finland in the presence of the Milan health manager, Dr. Stefano Mazzoni. The operation was perfectly successful and Alessandro will return to Italy tomorrow to begin the rehabilitation process. The recovery times for returning to full activity are estimated in five months “.

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