Liframento prepares for a year’s dilemma.
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has revealed that youngster Tino Liframento may need surgery on his knee soon.
The 19-year-old joined from Chelsea for £5 million in the summer. Before quickly establishing himself as the main character of the team But he hasn’t played for the club since Boxing Day’s win against West Ham,
while Jan Valery, who replaced Tino in the UFABET FA Cup third round, recently received a red card. Came in that game until James Ward-Prowse had to fall back to stand as a necessary back until the end of the game.
In a press conference after the match against Swansea’s Zen Hung Seattle admitted he was worried worry less about the symptoms of a mini ramen was
“an injury to the cervical knee to light just how it is. It will take a year to recover… I know this from my son’s firsthand experience,” he said.
“At the moment I don’t know how serious it is or if we can avoid surgery. But when the medical team didn’t want to talk too much about it. Symptoms are always severe.”
The Austrian also does not rule out the possibility of using his captain at right-back if necessary. However, he stated that he would like to ask him first as well.