Gini Wijnaldum decides against surgery, will miss 3-4 months

A decision has been made with regards to Gini Wijnaldum’s recovery from a fractured tibia he suffered in Sunday’s training following a consultation with Roma’s trusted surgeon of St. Moritz clinic in Switzerland, Dr. Ahlbaumer.

As reported by Sky Sport, despite what earlier rumors suggested, Gini Wijnaldum will not undergo surgery – a decision made upon consulting with the club’s medical staff and Dr. Ahlbaumer.

The Dutch midfielder has decided to follow a more conservative road to recovery and is expected to miss 3-4 months of action.

As a result, Roma hope to have him at full disposal at the start of 2023 following the World Cup’s conclusion.

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