The League of Nations has left some traces among the Blues.
After Lucas Digne, victim of muscle pain, Adrien Rabiot, affected by the Covid-19 or Raphaël Varane, injured in the adductors, it is Mike Maignan who will take a position in the infirmary for a few weeks.
The 26-year-old AC Milan goalkeeper will indeed undergo surgery on his left wrist on Wednesday.
"Persistent pain in Mike Maignan's left wrist requires, after a thorough examination, arthroscopy," explained the Lombard club.
The goalkeeper could be absent for at least 15 days according to the Italian press and should therefore miss the next matches, including the trip to Porto in the Champions League on October 19 (return November 3).
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The Milanese program is also quite strong until the next international break in mid-November.
In Serie A, Stefano Pioli's men must receive Hellas Verona (October 16) and Torino (October 26) and move to Bologna (October 23) and AS Roma (October 31), before the derby against Inter (November 7).
Very comfortable in Calcio, where they occupy second place two points behind the Neapolitan leader, the Red and Black are much less comfortable in European games with two defeats in Liverpool (3-2) and against the 'Atlético de Madrid (1-2).
Arrived this summer in Italy after winning Ligue 1 with Lille, the Guyanese, he was very successful in the cages of Rossoneri, both in Serie A and C1, two competitions he discovered.
At the end of September, in Turin, he was the victim of racist insults before a match against Juventus.
During his absence, another former Ligue 1 goalkeeper will be in the goals of the Italian club.
Before moving to San Siro, the Romanian Ciprian Tatarusanu went through Nantes and OL ...