Torino: Acquah out one month

by | Feb 5, 2016 16:56

Torino's Afriyie Acquah was diagnosed with a thigh strain and will be out for almost one month, as communicated by the club.

The 24-year-old was forced off the pitch last Wednesday in the game against Sampdoria after being hurt in his left leg.

It seems the issue is more than just a superficial injury, as communicated by Torino themselves in a statement released today.

“The MRI that Acquah underwent today revealed a first-degree lesion to the adductor longus muscle of his left thigh,” reads the statement.

Torino's Afriyie Acquah was diagnosed with a thigh strain and will be out for almost one month, as communicated by the club.

The 24-year-old was forced off the pitch last Wednesday in the game against Sampdoria after being hurt in his left leg.

It seems the issue is more than just a superficial injury, as communicated by Torino themselves in a statement released today.

“The MRI that Acquah underwent today revealed a first-degree lesion to the adductor longus muscle of his left thigh,” reads the statement.

“The resting time will be of approximately 20-25 days.

“[Josef] Martinez continues his independent work, while [Cesare] Bovo continues his rehabilitation process with the Fisio&Lab centre.”

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