Several Serie A Stars Injured in Most Recent Matchday

The penultimate round of 2023 left many scars across Serie A. Milan’s Fikayo Tomori suffered the most serious physical problem. He sustained a myotendinous lesion of the right biceps femoris. He won’t need surgery but could be out for a couple of months, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs.

Ciro Immobile will be shelved for at least a couple of weeks due to a distraction of the semitendinosus muscle in his right thigh. Instead, Luis Alberto is still awaiting the test results on a groin ailment. He has been nursing it for a while.

Napoli have been hit the hardest out of any Serie A side. As natural, Victor Osimhen and Matteo Politano will sit out the next game following their red cards. Natan sustained an AC joint sprain in his right shoulder and needs more tests to assess the full extent of it. He’ll be on the shelf for multiple weeks, the publication informs. Instead, Stanislav Lobotka is day-to-day with a rib infraction.

Juventus had to make two early subs versus Frosinone, but Alex Sandro and Manuel Locatelli escaped with minor problems. The former avoided a strain and has a sore biceps femoris. The midfielder is nursing an oblique contusion, and the exams excluded a fracture. They are questionable for the Roma clash.

Among the Serie A minnows, Daniel Boloca needed emergency surgery to repair a broken fracture. Kristian Thorsvedt also left early because of a muscular injury, same as Bologna’s Dan Ndoye, Salernitana’s Boulaye Dia, and Frosinone’s Pol Lirola and Jaime Baez.

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