CSKA doctor: Muhin will return to Moscow within a week after the surgery in Italy
MOSCOW, November 11 – RIA Novosti. Moscow football club Eduard Bezuglov said that CSKA midfielder Maxim Mukhin will return to Moscow in five to seven days to undergo rehabilitation after surgery in Rome.
Mukhin was injured in the away match of the 12th round of the Russian Championship against Rubin Kazan on October 21 (0:0). The next day, according to MRI results, the midfielder was diagnosed with an anterior cruciate ligament tear. The actor flew to Rome for the operation on November 4; On November 6, Bezuglov reported that 22-year-old Mukhin had successfully undergone the surgery.
“Igor Diveev, Konstantin Kuchaev and Kirill Glebov are also recovering as planned. We expect both players (Kuchaev and Glebov) to return to training on the football field towards the end of the break from national team matches.” Head doctor of CSKA.
Mukhin played in 16 matches in various tournaments in the 2023/24 season, scoring two goals and making one assist.
Mukhin suffered a ruptured cruciate ligament in the match against Rubin
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