FC Bayern Munich: Two injured in training – Cuisance and Roca as culprits
Both Jamal Musiala and Sven Ulreich were injured in Bayern training on Monday. The latter fails for weeks.
Two players injured themselves in training at FC Bayern Munich on Monday. A report by the image according to Sven Ulreich and Jamal Musiala. Both were part of a training match in which only the players were used who were not in the starting line-up in the 7-0 win against VfL Bochum on Saturday.
First, Michael Cuisance is said to have slipped into Sven Ulreich and hit him on the right knee with an open sole. According to the report, the 33-year-old substitute keeper yelled in pain and shortly afterwards was driven off the course with a bandaged knee in a golf cart. According to consistent reports from Bild, Sky and Sport1, he tore his inner ligament and is out for two months.
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After the said scene, there should have been a conversation between coach Julian Nagelsmann and Cuisance. The Frenchman, who played on loan at Olympique Marseille last season, had already hit newcomer Marcel Sabitzer on the right upper arm during a training session last week.
Shortly after the Ulreich incident, Marc Roca fouled Jamal Musiala, who was then brought to the cabin with a bandaged ankle, also by golf cart. According to information from Goal and SPOX, an initial MRI examination this afternoon showed that the 18-year-old did not have a torn ligament in the ankle.
Musiala will still not be able to train for a few days, his commitment to the game against SpVgg Greuther Fürth on Friday is questionable.