The Canadian defender has returned to Allianz Arena for treatment, but it could be a doubt for the start of the 2021-22 campaign.
Bayern Munich star Alfonso Davis has been diagnosed with a long ankle injury after withdrawing from the Gold Cup.
Davis was initially included in Canada’s 23-man squad for the Gold Cup, but was forced out of the tournament before his 4-1 win over Martinique in the group stage on Sunday.
The Canadian camp released one The statement revealed that 20-year-old Allianz Arena had returned To treat an ankle problem, and Bayern have now confirmed the full extent of the injury.
What has been said?
The German champions have made an update on Davis’ condition through him Official website, Which reads: “Alfonso Davis faces a period at FC Bayern.
A 20-year-old Canadian builder in the Gold Cup had LCL tears on his left ankle. Davis is back in Munich for rehabilitation.
“Injury will be treated without invasive treatment.”
How long can Davis stay out?
No formal time frame has yet been set for Davis’ recovery, but he could face a four- to six-week tour before being ready to return to full training.
The good news for Byron fans is that Canada’s international ankle problem does not require surgery, and they will be hoping to be back in time for the 2021-22 campaign.
The new manager, Julian Naglesman, is set to take office on July 17 in a friendly against Colin.
Rapid rise in Davis
Davis has emerged as one of the brightest young talents in European football since moving from the Vancouver Whitecaps to the Aliens Arena in 2018.
The fast-paced back has already made significant appearances for Bayern in all competitions at 84, scoring five goals and 12 assists, and has won three Bundesliga titles and the Champions League in all three hosts.
Davis has also won 23 caps for Canada to date, initially becoming the youngest player in its history when he made his debut in June 2017 at the age of 16.