Miguel Angel Moya, Atletico Madrid goalkeeper, dragging discomfort since the preseason and diagnostic arthroscopy serve to know the exact extent of his condition and treatment to follow
The goalkeeper of Atletico Madrid Miguel Angel Moya undergoes a ‘joint blockage’ in his right knee, which will be submitted during the week to a “diagnostic and therapeutic arthroscopy” to know exactly the injury and treatment, the Madrid club said.
This minimally invasive surgery allows the status of the knee and specify where the ailment, then decide if subjected to a greater or opt for conservative treatment operation.
The Spaniard goalkeeper, 32, will undergo this intervention this week, for which already have performed preoperatively Wednesday.
Moya has been bothered throughout the preseason, which caused the Australian tour was lost and not allowed to travel to Cosenza (Italy) for the friendly against Crotone. Atletico coach Diego Simeone, has yet to know the exact extent of the injury to know the availability of the Mallorcan goal.