There is no peace for Ante Rebic. The Croatian reported a injury to the hamstring of the right thigh, just two weeks after he recovered from the ankle problem that had kept him out for 20 days.
Now another is looming for him long stop, which would force him to return directly in January. But this, unfortunately, is only the latest of one long series of physical problems that have kept him away from the pitch for a long time.
In fact, since joining Milan, the forward has recorded well nine injuries of a different entity:
- January 2020: low back pain – out 5 days, 1 game lost
- September / October 2020: elbow problem – out 33 days, 7 games lost
- December 2020: foot problem – out 5 days, 2 games lost
- January 2021: coronavirus – out 14 days, 4 games lost
- February 2021: patellar tendon problem – out 2 days, 1 game lost
- February / March 2021: hip problem – out 20 days, 5 games lost
- May 2021: calf problem – out 10 days, 1 game lost
- October 2021: ankle problem – out 20 days, 6 games lost
- November 2021: hamstring injury – out at least one month, (at least) 9 games lost
In just two years with the Rossoneri, Rebic was forced to jump 28 games because of the constant stops. But the number, unfortunately, is destined to grow, given that the former Eintracht will be absent in all the games from now to the Christmas break: the last 2 of the rounds of Champions League, and others 6 races of championship.
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