Affected in the meniscus of the left knee last Sunday with OM against Metz in Ligue 1, Arkadiusz Milik goes to Spain this Thursday to take additional exams. A first MRI revealed a lesion, making him uncertain for the Euro with Poland.
Uncertainty reigns around Arkadiusz Milik, who is not sure he can compete in the Euro. Summoned by the Polish selection, the OM striker injured his left knee last Sunday against Metz in Ligue 1. The player, loaned by Naples to the Marseille club, is now uncertain for the big meeting of summer (June 11 to July 11).
Milik in Barcelona this Thursday for a new examination
The Polish Football Association said in a statement that the 27-year-old has slight damage to the meniscus in his left knee. He will travel to Barcelona this Thursday to meet doctor Ramon Cugat and carry out additional examinations. According to Polish medical staff, the player still has his chances to play the Euro.
Already deprived of several important players for the competition including Krzysztof Piątek, Poland is necessarily worried about Arkadiusz Milik. The MRI performed by the medical staff revealed a slight meniscal lesion, for a player who has scored 9 goals this season in 15 Ligue 1 games.
Poland have to face Russia and Istande in two next friendlies. It already seems unlikely that Milik could be. On June 14, Robert Lewandowski and his teammates will start their Euro against Slovakia. They will then find Spain and then Sweden.