Barcelona announced on Thursday that their Danish striker Martin Pride has successfully operated on his left knee.
“He (Braithwaite) underwent surgery to successfully treat a patellofemoral injury (femur and patella joint),” the Catalan club said.
Barcelona tried to treat the player without surgery, but he was unsuccessful, forcing him to undergo this surgery, which will keep him out of the field for months, which could reach three or four, according to Spanish newspapers.
Pride White participated in the first three stages of the Spanish league and played with a double and decisive pass in the opening game against Real Sociedad.
Barcelona on Wednesday announced that its promising midfielder Petri has suffered a muscle injury in the muscles of his left thigh and Jordi Alba has been ruled out with a right thigh injury.
The Catalan club did not specify the time of the players’ absence, but according to media reports, Petrie may be out for two weeks, while Alba will not return to the field until mid-October.
Barcelona’s announcement comes the day after Bayern Munich lost 0-3 in the first round of the Champions League group stage, played between Petri and Alba.
Petrie, who played in several matches in the league last season and competed in the European Cup and the Olympics, continued to play until the end of the tournament, while Alpha left his place and promised Alex Balde in the 74th minute.
Petri and Alba joined Pride White on a long list of injured, including Argentine international newcomer Sergio Aguero, Frenchman Osman Temple and Anju Pathi.
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