U de Chile confirms Marcelo Cañete’s hard diagnosis after his injury against Santiago Wanderers

Not a minute was played yet of the game that closed the sixth date of the National Championship Come in University of Chile Y Santiago Wanderers in El Teniente de Rancagua when Marcelo cañete felt an annoyance. He put his hand to the groin area and immediately had to be replaced by Mario Sandoval, realizing that it was not a very simple injury.

Well, during the present day the Argentine underwent the rigorous medical examinations and these confirmed the fear that was in the Blue Sports Center: Chelo Cañete suffered a right adductor tear, what will have it five weeks out of the courts waiting to see how it evolves.

“A tear in the right adductor muscle was the injury suffered by Marcelo Cañete this Monday night at El Teniente de Rancagua. The midfielder was forced to leave the field after 4 minutes after presenting physical discomfort, which was confirmed after the corresponding exams ”, informed Universidad de Chile through a press release.

“As reported by the Medical Area of ​​our Club, the player have a recovery period of five weeks approximately, a situation that will prevent him from being present in the next matches of the Romantic Traveler ”, they abounded.

The moment where Marcelo Cañete was replaced. | Photo: Agency One

With this, Marcelo cañete will miss at least the matches of la U with Antofagasta, Everton, Audax Italiano and Palestino before the mid-year break.


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