Pau Lopez suffers micro-fracture in his left wrist, out for 2-3 weeks


Roma have been dealt their first injury blow since individual training resumed last week for the Giallorossi.

Ansa reports that goalkeeper Pau Lopez suffered a micro-fracture in his left wrist during yesterday’s training session.

Following the training sessions, the Spaniard underwent medical examinations and x-rays, which revealed the presence of the micro-fracture.

Lopez is expected to be out for at least 2-3 weeks of action, though, he won’t miss any matches because the earliest that Serie A could resume is 18th June.

This latest injury is the former Real Betis man’s second of the season: in early December he suffered a muscular problems in his thigh and missed one match.

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