ROME – Frosinone lose their midfielder Emil Halfredsson for at least three months. The footballer was operated on a knee problem and recovery time according to doctors ranging from 3 to 4 months. The company will now look for a substitute in the January market.
To communicate the surgery of the Icelandic footballer, who arrived in the summer at Frosinone from Udinese, was the club itself in a note. Halfredsson underwent surgery "for the cleaning and scarification of the patellar tendon of the right knee".
In the club's note we read: "The midfielder, accompanied by Dr. Fabrizio Ferrazza – continues the club's note – was operated by Professor Ramon Cugat at the Quirón Hospital in Barcelona. Recovery times are estimated in three to four months ".
Source: Blitz Quotidiano