AS Monaco's Mohammed Salisu undergoes groin surgery
AS Monaco's Mohammed Salisu undergoes groin surgery

Monaco's Mohammed Salisu undergoes groin surgery, faces extended spell on sidelines

AS Monaco have confirmed that Mohammed Salisu, the 24-year-old Ghanaian international, has undergone surgery for pubalgia, a condition affecting the groin area. 


This procedure is expected to keep him sidelined for a number of weeks.

Salisu's transfer to Monaco from Southampton earlier this summer encountered a setback as he didn't arrive in peak physical condition. 

While he did not immediately join the first-team setup, recent training sessions with his new colleagues suggested a forthcoming return. Adi Hütter, Monaco's coach, even hinted at the possibility of seeing the former Southampton centre-back in action after the international break.

However, it has now been determined that Salisu will undergo surgery to address his pubalgia, a lingering groin issue that has affected him since his arrival in the Principality. 

AS Monaco's official statement noted, "Following persistent pain during the international break, Mohamed Salisu (pubalgia) will undergo a surgical intervention in the coming days." The statement did not specify the duration of Salisu's absence from play. 

The €15 million signing has yet to make his debut for Monaco, and this surgery will delay his anticipated entry onto the field.

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