Divock Origi’s time at AC Milan so far has been heavily disrupted by injury problems and now he needs further treatment, according to a report.
Calciomercato.com report that Milan will not have Origi available for the match against Dinamo Zagreb but also against Napoli and most likely during the international break too, with his full recovery time to be determined.
The problem initially seemed to be located in his thigh muscles, but it turns out the problem is more serious than expected and affects his tendons. The forward will fly to Belgium for a consultation with the doctors of the Belgian national team who treated him while he was undergoing treatment after leaving Liverpool and before joining Milan.
The goal is to try to resolve the inflammation of that tendon, because that is what is leading to the muscle overloads which do not allow him to work continuously. Every two or three training sessions, Origi is now forced to stop and the therapy he will undergo will be aimed at eliminating this problem.