Federico Chiesa is not calm about his knee. He came on the field in the 17th minute of the Italian derby against Inter (2-1 to Juventus on March 19), taking over from Soulé and making way for Paredes, before waving the white flag. According to reports from the Gazzetta dello Sport, the black and white has already booked a flight to Innsbruck, in Austria, at the Hochrum clinic
. Professor Christian Fink, the guru of the knees, is on the agenda Visiting Chiesa on Monday
one of many illustrious patients who have ended up under his knife in recent years.
The black and white is back from the anterior cruciate ligament surgery of his left knee in January 2022 (reconstructed by Fink himself) and from the recent right knee sprain associated with tendinitis. The player still feels a little uncomfortable: the tests, which have already been repeated twice in the past 10 days at J Medical, have ruled out injuries. And thanks to the therapies of the past few days, even the tendinitis seems to be on the mend. However, he wants to ward off all the tumors of this time.
If the audit in Austria confirms the outcome of the post-Freiburg and Inter audits, it will also be easier for Chiesa to manage and transcend certain pains. And, in particular free head playessential for an athlete. Also because the winger wants to rediscover the continuity of the best years little by little. A part-time version of the number 7 would be enough for Juventus before the end of the season for the Champions League, pending the verdict on April 19 on penalty of 15 points. Also because Chiesa is a player who knows how to be decisive and is also important for Roberto Mancini’s national team.
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