Anterior cruciate ligament harm sustained on Monday has ruled Ricardo Pereira out for the rest of the season.
Leicester City defender Ricardo Pereira will move over the rest of the season – and in all probability Euro 2020 – after harmful his anterior cruciate ligament.
The Portugal world hurt his knee in all places Leicester’s Four-Zero victory over Aston Villa inside the Premier League on Monday.
Brendan Rodgers confirmed the right-back could be unavailable for selection for the rest of the promoting marketing campaign.
“We’ve got Ricardo Pereira who will be out for the rest of the season. He had a challenge and has hurt his ACL,” Rodgers discussed on Thursday.
“He’s not had an operation. He’s merely with the medical workforce. It’s a blow for us. It’s an opportunity for someone else. It’s a shame.
“You’ve merely got to see how the player reacts. You’re taking a look between four to six months.
“That will be the time we are expecting.”
There was once further bad data for the Foxes relating to James Maddison, who could be out until after the worldwide harm with a calf harm.
Furthermore, Rodgers moreover offered three Leicester avid gamers had “shown symptoms and signs” of coronavirus and have been now isolated away from the rest of the squad.
The COVID-19 pandemic has ended in standard cancellation of wearing events and fixtures, even if some will occur as scheduled on the other hand behind closed doors.
There have been 590 confirmed circumstances inside the United Kingdom, with eight deaths.
Leicester sit down down third inside the Premier League and are as a result of face Watford at Vicarage Road on Saturday.