Juventus have affirmed Juan Cuadrado will be out for “around 30 days” in the wake of experiencing surgery in Germany at the beginning of today.
The Colombian universal went under the blade early today, and he’ll be out for 30 days at the exceptionally least.
“Juan Cuadrado experienced surgery today on a longstanding crotch issue, within the sight of Dr. Claudio Rigo, with the operation having been performed by Dr. Ulrike Muschaweck in Munich,” the Bianconeri affirmed on their official site.
“After coming back to Italy the player will promptly begin his restoration program, with a time of around 30 days rest being predicted as essential before he comes back to preparing.”
Cuadrado will subsequently miss the majority of the Old Lady’s diversions in February, including Fiorentina away, the Derby della Mole with Torino and the main leg of the Champions League Last 16 tie with Tottenham Hotspur.
While he’ll be out of preparing for around a month, it will in all likelihood be longer until the point when he can come back to the pitch, given he’s played just a single diversion since the 0-0 draw with Inter on December 9.