CorSera: Details of Kjaer’s recovery plan emerge as defender will miss rest of the season

By Oliver Fisher -

Some details have emerged about how Simon Kjaer’s recovery plan will go with the centre-back having undergone surgery yesterday on his knee.

On their official website, the club announced that Kjaer underwent an arthroscopy on his left knee for the reconstruction of his anterior cruciate ligament and the re-insertion of his medial collateral ligament. The operation was carried out at the La Madonnina Clinic and was perfectly successful, but he will be out for at least six months as a result.

This morning’s edition of il Corriere della Sera (via MilanNews) confirms that Kjaer will have to remain on the sidelines for at least six months. The Dane will only be back for next season as his recovery plan requires the player to lean on crutches for at least a month so as not to strain the collateral ligament, before starting the physiotherapy period, in preparation for the last sixty days which will be getting up to match fitness.

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