Villarreal Argentine footballer Juan Foyth could be out for a month after tests the player underwent revealed that he suffers a muscle tear in the hamstrings of his left leg.
Although the club has not disclosed the time of absence of this injury, Unai Emery will not be able to count on the Argentine defender for the remainder of the season, since the minimum estimated time of absence for this type of ailments is one month , the remaining time of competition right now.
This loss also represents a problem for the Argentine National Team, since Foyth is on the preliminary list for the Copa América.
The footballer had to leave the pitch in the second half of the Europa League semi-final match with Arsenal, after noticing a severe puncture in the back of his left leg.
Foyth was being a key player for the Castellón team and had become a wild card for Unai Emery, who has used him during the course in three different positions on the field.
Foyth’s injury was not the only injury in last Thursday’s game, since French midfielder Étienne Capoue also had to leave the field of play due to a strong blow and although in his case the medical part is still unknown, the problems of the midfielder could be minor.
In any case, the Capoue contest for Thursday’s game in London against Arsenal is ruled out as it is sanctioned.