Operated by a herniated disc on June 5, the defender resumed group sessions this week and expressed his feelings on the Parisian club’s website.
Abdou Diallo He was operated on for a herniated disc on June 5 and this week he returned to training with his colleagues in Paris Saint-Germain. The 24-year-old defender is confident of playing again quickly after several months of inactivity.
“I had a herniated disc. It affects the lower vertebrae. I don’t know how it happened, it was gradually, I had pain in my back and in my right leg. I decided to have surgery, because it was the best way to return,” Diallo said in dialogue. with the PSG website.
And he added: “Ideally, I should have had surgery one day after the game against Dortmund, but with the crisis, hospitals were reserved for people affected by the virus, which is perfectly normal.”
The former Borussia Dortmund adds that “it was a pleasure” to resume group practice, especially “after so much time at home and in bed. It’s great to be able to move and exert effort without feeling pain. I was partially with the group last week. My The goal was to get back to the group 100% this week, which is the case. “
Even if the recovery proceeds smoothly, it is difficult for Abdou Diallo to be among those called up by Thomas Tuchel for Friday’s duel against Lyon, for the League Cup final.
Abdou Diallo, qui revient de blessure, entrusts his surreducation et évoque les prochaines échéances to come
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