Italian club Udinese announced on Tuesday that its Moroccan international defender Adam Massina has undergone knee surgery that will keep him out of the World Cup final in Qatar later this year.
A statement released on Udinese’s official website said that Adam Massina “had undergone cruciate ligament surgery in his right knee. The operation was successfully carried out in Rome by Professor Mariani at the Villa Stuart Clinic, expressing “best wishes to everyone.” to the members of the Udinese family for Adam’s speedy recovery.”
In bocca al lupo Masina! You aspettiamo! 💪
good luck, #Masina! We will be waiting for you! 💪
— Udinese Calcio (@Udinese_1896) September 6, 2022
Massina was injured in the match against Fiorentina in the fourth stage of the Italian League on 31 August last year.
Massina’s absence from the World Cup in Qatar is considered the second painful blow to the Moroccan national team after the confirmation of the absence of Gent striker Tarik Tisudali due to an injury he suffered in August last year after his team’s match against Saint-Trondin in the local league.
Masina, 28, joined Udinese in the latest summer transfers from Watford, England, after signing a 3-year deal ending in summer 2025.
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