The second line of The Pumas and Leicester Tigers, Tomás Lavanini, you will be operated on for an injury to the syndesmosis -ankle- suffered during the semifinal of the European Challenge Cup against Toulon.
The former Jaguars suffered Ankle injury in the final minutes of the game before leaving the field with the help of medical personnel.
It is expected that not available to play until At the end of December, in this way, the Rugby Championship with the national team that will be played in December from November 7 to December 12.
Leicester Rugby manager Geordan Murphy admitted that Lavanini’s loss was disappointing for the club.
“Tomás is a world-class forward, who plays an important role in our team,” said Murphy.
“We’re disappointed not to have it available for the final game of the current campaign and the first months of the next season.
“We are fortunate to have top level players in our second row at Calum Green, Harry Wells, Blake Enever, as well as a crop of young men working their way up the ranks.
“He is a professional model and I have no doubt that, with the help of our medical team, he will get through his rehabilitation and start working when he’s fully recovered. “