Florenzi underwent surgery in Finland, Milan announced recovery times: “We are all with you”

Florenzi underwent surgery in Finland, Milan announced recovery times: “We are all with you”

Alessandro Florenzi will be forced to stop for a long time after the operation due to the injury he suffered against Sassuolo. Milan made it official in a press release.

Author: Marco Beltrami

Alessandro Florenzi will miss most of the season. This is the verdict that comes directly from Finland, where the Milan striker played. The remedied injury in the game against Sassuolo unfortunately proved to be too serious for the ex-Roma, therefore forced to end up under the knife. The surgery went very well, but it will now take a long break to recover.

How is Alessandro Florenzi doing? Milan in an official note spoke about the condition of the side, who had to deal with a serious injury of a muscular nature. This is the report on the operation he underwent: “Milan communicates that Alessandro Florenzi, during the match against Sassuolo, suffered a serious injury to the proximal tendon of the left thigh tendon that required surgery; the operation was performed this morning by prof. Lasse Lempainen in Finland in the presence of Milan Health Manager dott. Stefano Mazzoni. The operation was perfectly successful and Alessandro will return to Italy tomorrow to start the rehabilitation process.”

Speaking of rehab, how long will it take to see Florenzi back on the pitch? The stop is very long, with goodbye next year. Incidentally, Milan also highlighted in the press release: “Recovery times for returning to full activity are estimated at five months”. In the Rossoneri’s home this is not a surprise, as a long period of forced rest for the team was suspected. Not so, the newly owner club used the last hours of the market to protect themselves, securing Dest.

Rafael Leão during the classic had already shown a special shirt, on the occasion of the goal, with a dedication to his teammate. A message that the club now wanted to renew with a simple tweet with a photo of the player, known for also being a men’s locker room. Few but significant words: “We are always with you and wish you a speedy recovery Alessandro.”

Source: Fan Page IT