Alaba undergoes another surgery for knee injury

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According to 'Relevo', David Alaba underwent surgery on his left knee on Wednesday. As a result, the Austrian's return is delayed by a few weeks. The defender was dreaming of reaching the European Championship but will now have to wait and is unlikely to return until September at the earliest.

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Real Madrid, who have had a few weeks of real joy, have had some bad news. David Alaba, who ruptured the cruciate muscle in his left knee and had a meniscus problem in mid-December, has again had to undergo surgery on the joint.
According to 'Relay', the Austrian travelled to Innsbruck on Wednesday to undergo surgery five months after the first surgery. This is a bad sign as it will mean a delay in his return to the field of play.
The same media outlet reports that the first prognosis was for a return between August and September, but it remains to be seen how his knee will progress. The player will have to rest again before he can get back to full fitness.
Another blow for Alaba, who had set himself the goal of reaching the European Championship. In the end, the defender will not be able to play for Austria and will have to fight with everything to try to be back as soon as possible.
By the time he does, Madrid may have already brought in players such as Miguel Gutierrez and Rafa Marin, who look set to strengthen the defensive line.