Mike Maignan will be absent for at least ten days before the World Cup
The AC Milan goalkeeper relapsed from his left calf injury in training on Wednesday and will miss the Rossoneri’s next two games.
Mike Maignan returns to the infirmary as Les Bleus tremble once again. AC Milan goalkeeper Mike Maignan, who is an understudy to Hugo Lloris in the French national team, suffered another calf injury on Wednesday 19 October as he returned to training. The Milanese club said that the former Lille man had injured his soleus muscle and will have to miss at least ten days, after which a new medical examination will be carried out.
It is a good thing that Maignan has been able to get back into the game,” he said, “but I’m not sure that he’s going to be able to do that. The goalkeeper was injured during the last meeting of the Tricolores, during the Nations League match against Austria on 22 September.
It is a matter of concern for Didier Deschamps, who is due to announce his World Cup squad on 9 November, that Maignan’s condition is not the only one. It is a good thing that we have a good team,” he said, “because we have a good team and a good team. Paul Pogba, meanwhile, only returned to training on Tuesday after undergoing knee surgery. Aston Villa midfielder Boubacar Kamara is also out with a knee injury.