A capsular ligament injury to the external meniscus and minor damage to the external ligament. That is the result of today’s test for Yuto Nagatomo. The initial thoughts are that the season could be at risk for the Japanese international but according to Sky, Nagatomo does not need to have surgery, at least not right now. However, it is going to take at least three weeks for his return on the field. He player will definitely miss the match against Catania and that first leg versus Tottenham in London on March 7.

Source: Sky


  • http://www.facebook.com/bellal.amerkhail Bellal Amerkhail

    guess that means no nagatomo vs bale

  • Chalon

    Naga is our fastest side back. He was needed against Tottenham.

    Zanetti is going against Bale, Pupi could get exposed badly.

  • Abaddon

    I think we need new signings… but not for the field squad, we need them for the MEDICAL TEAM and the FITNESS COACH TEAM!!

    WTF are they doing??

  • http://twitter.com/DHKNFL2 DHIKA//

    Give pereira an individually training to stop bale, thats it

    • Havar

      Fuck that, Perreira need first need individual training on crossing the ball. Hey, he could join in my local juniors club and learn with 5 year olds.