Season likely over Kjaer as six-month absence beckons after surgery

It is very likely that Simon Keir’s season will be over as the defender needs surgery on his knee ligaments, according to a report.

As Il Corriere della Sera reports, the week that began with a trip to Paris for the Ballon d’Or – who was one of the finalists – was interrupted by an injury sustained in the first half of the win. Genoa last night. The Dane will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his left knee tomorrow to repair damaged ligaments.

Cruciate ligament involvement and collateral ligament damage mean the 32-year-old will look like after six months, which means Milan will now have to step into the market in January to find a replacement, according to the report.

The investigations were conducted at the Columbus Clinic, where Keir was accompanied by the club’s doctor, Stefano Mazzoni. He was seen leaving the clinic with his knee protected by a brace supported by crutches and his foot hanging off, which does not bode well.

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