Injury Again, Badstuber Pull 3-4 Months
Munich – Bad news back on Bayern Munich defender Holger Badstuber. Injury was again greeted him and make sure this season is over for him.
The news was announced Bayern through the official website. The defender, 26, suffered an injury to his left thigh when carrying Die Roten overcome Porto 6-1 at the Allianz Arena middle of this week, on the second leg of the Champions League semi-final.
Inspections ensure that the quadriceps muscle Badstuber broke and needed surgery. Bayern will then send the German international player to Colorado, United States within the next few days. Confirmed the central defender will be pulled between three to four months.
“Of course I was very disappointed this time. However, I remain positive and will return to the condition of being fully fit. I know everything will be done to me in the FC Bayern, so I can come back as an important part of the team,” said the club’s official website Badstuber .
Obviously be a disappointment for Badstuber considering he has struggled with a number of severe injuries in recent years. He previously missed half the season due to injury to muscle cruciate ligament in December 2012.
After the injury, he had to appear again at the start of this season. But only four games had lived Badstuber, before another injury approached. This time the muscle tendon is torn, forced her into the treatment room from September to January.
After recovering, he began again believed to appear as his physical condition began to prime. Had suffered minor injuries and absent in the league, a total of 12 games have acted since January. But now another serious injury befall.
“We are sad to Holger. He works very hard for his latest comeback and now this happens. But we have to know and assess Holger as a fighter,” said Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
“He would never let himself be discouraged even with this injury. He knows how important he is to us. It will encourage him during the phase of rehabilitation and fitness help him recover as quickly as possible,” he added.