From the beginning of Arsenal, I met a ‘big bad news’… Suspected cruciate ligament injury in ‘freshman’

Arsenal (England) met a ‘big bad news’ from the beginning of the season. Defender Julian Timber (22), who newly joined this summer, is expected to leave for a long period of time due to suspected anterior cruciate ligament rupture. As coach Mikel Arteta (41) planned to appoint as the main axis, it is ‘super-emergency’.

Arsenal announced on the official website on the 15th (Korean time), “As a result of the diagnosis, it was confirmed that Timber has an injury to his right knee.” .

Arsenal has not yet revealed what kind of injury it is, as a detailed examination has not yet been conducted, but local suspects an anterior cruciate ligament rupture. At the time of the injury, it was observed that the condition was serious as he sat down on his own while holding on to his knee.

It’s literally a ‘major bad news’ for Arsenal. In general, an anterior cruciate ligament rupture injury requires at least six months of treatment, recovery, and rehabilitation. Even if Timber returns, it may take more time to build a normal game sense and condition. In fact, it is in danger of ‘season out’.

Arsenal acquired Timber from Ajax (Netherlands) this summer for a transfer fee of 40 million pounds (approximately 68 billion won). Able to play center back, full back and even holding midfielder, he received as much expectations as coach Arteta wanted, and made his mark by performing well in the actual community shield. However, as he left the opening game due to an injury, the plan was disrupted and he was caught in a ‘super emergency’ from the beginning.먹튀검증

Arsenal is also criticized for bringing its own ‘major bad news’. In fact, Timber felt knee pain during the first half, but the medical staff misdiagnosed that there would be no problem if he continued running, which eventually led to a serious injury. Even though he could have prevented the injury early, he just skipped it.

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