ROME - AS Roma and France defender
Philippe Mexes has been ruled out for the season after being
told on Monday he needs surgery on a cruciate knee ligament
The centre-back suffered the injury in Sunday's 2-0 home
defeat by Juventus and Roma said in a statement it was not yet
decided where and when he would have the operation.
His absence will be a blow to Vincenzo Montella's
sixth-placed side, who occupy the final assured Europa League
berth in Serie A with seven games left.
Mexes is out of contract in the close season and has been
linked heavily in the media with Italian leaders AC Milan.
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