Injuries to Juan Guillermo Cuadrado and more Colombian players

Juan Guillermo Cuadrado suffered a “low-grade injury to the hamstring of the right thigh,” reported Juventus from Italy in official statement.

The text clarified that the urabense “It will be evaluated again in 10 days” to determine if he can receive a medical discharge and thus return to the courts.

For its part, David ospina, archer of Naples from Italy, was subjected to examinations after a warm-up suffered “first degree damage to the adductor of the right thigh,” said his club.

And although the goalkeeper is already in the process of rehabilitation, it is estimated that he may also be out for more than a week.

Meanwhile, the striker Samarium Luis Javier Suarez, belonging to Granada of Spain, is the most serious of all and his absence has already been confirmed for the matches of the Colombia selection on the South American qualifier against Brazil and Paraguay, matches scheduled for March 26 and 29.

Suárez has a “grade 2 to 3 fibrillar injury in the right hamstring” and must be between 8 and 12 weeks in rehabilitation, reviewed his squad.

These injuries are in addition to those of men like Johan Mojica, side of Elche in Spain, and James Rodriguez, midfielder of Everton of England.

About, Reinaldo Rueda, Colombia’s national coach, announced that in case of having excessive absences, he will use the men of the local league with whom he worked in a first microcycle held in Barranquilla.


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