Marc-André ter Stegen will undergo knee surgical treatment to repair an unpleasant issue hes been carrying for a while. While in the long term this is anticipated to assist him, it will put him out of action until around October, a minimum of.
The German himself validated it on social media, stating “its a proactive intervention in order to prepare and prevent for the future.”
The preventative surgical treatment is expected to “tidy up” damage done to his knee tendon, in order to allow it to completely recover and avoid it worsening.
Ter Stegens lack in the beginning of next season will check the limits of a Barcelona squad which has come under concern after an embarrassing defeat to Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League.
The requirement for a surgery for the goalkeeper has been discussed in the past, and it was decided to postpone it up until the season was over to decrease the quantity of video games he d miss.
I will go through an Intervention for my knee tendon. The medical experts and me discussed to do this “Clean-up” as there were some inflammations previously this season. Its a proactive intervention in order to avoid and prepare for the future. (1/2) pic.twitter.com/GSNBztGpnM— Marc ter Stegen (@mterstegen1) August 17, 2020