Barcelona announced the length of absence of goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen, who underwent an operation, on Tuesday. The club said, in an official statement, through its Twitter account: “The operation has ended
Advertise a club Barcelona On Tuesday, his goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen, who underwent surgery, was absent.
“The operation was a success,” the club said in an official statement, via its Twitter account. “The period of absence is estimated at two and a half months.”
The operation was a success. The period of absence is estimated at two and a half months.https://t.co/3NEa6t6E6l
FC Barcelona (@fcbarcelona_ara) August 18, 2020
And Stegen performed surgery on the right knee tendon, which caused him pain in the last period.
The Barcelona administration had preferred the player to compete in the Champions League first before undergoing surgery.
With the announced period of absence, Stegen will move away from Barcelona until next December.
Ter Stegen played 46 games this season, the last of which was against Bayern Munich, and conceded 8 goals to two goals, in a match that caused a great crisis for the Catalan team, and after that the coach, Quique Setien, left.