Napoli striker Arkadiusz Milik could return to action in about three months despite suffering a cruciate ligament injury on Saturday, the Italian club said.
The 22-year-old sustained the knee injury in Poland’s 3-2 win over Denmark in a World Cup qualifier and underwent surgery on Monday. Such injuries usually take about six months to recover from.
“We hope to see him running in January, I want to be optimistic,” the head of Napoli’s medical staff Alfonso De Nicola told the club’s radio channel on Monday.
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“Recovery time will be shorter than we usually declare as precautionary measure, let’s say three, three months and a half, but we hope even much less.”
Napoli, second in Serie A and four points behind leaders Juventus, host third-placed AS Roma on Saturday.