Valencia's attacking midfielder
Sergio Canales has damaged the anterior cruciate ligament in his
right knee and will be out for three to six months, the Spanish
club said on Monday.
The Spanish youth international, on loan from Real Madrid,
picked up the injury during Valencia´s 1-1 La Liga draw at home
to Athletic Bilbao on Sunday.
The 20-year-old will have exploratory surgery in Madrid and
his time on the sidelines will depend on the course of action
taken after that.
He has been a key figure for Valencia since joining in the
closed season and is set to miss the rest of their games in
Champions League Group E, where the side lie third.
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