The French midfielder has injured the second Bayern player in a recent week.
midfielder Michael Cuisance has injured Sven Ulreich in training and the Bayern goalkeeper will now be out for two months.
Cuisance , who joined Bayern Munich from Monchengladbach in 2019, could not find a place in the team and has only played 12 games for Munich. He spent last season on loan at Marseille, but the French club opposed his permanent purchase, and on his return to the Allianz Arena, he has now injured Bayern's second goalkeeper.
Cuisance had a severe blow to Ulreich 's knee, which caused him to start screaming in pain, and then he quickly got off the ground and was treated. The Frenchman also injured Marcel Sebitzer in training last week, and now he has angered the club with a second injury.
Bayern Munich's statement reads:
"Jamal Musiala and Sven Ulreich had to cut short Monday morning’s training early. Examinations by the FC Bayern medical department revealed a capsule injury in Musiala’s right ankle.
"Goalkeeper Ulreich suffered a partial inner ligament injury in his right knee joint."
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