Milan have announced that Giacomo Bonaventura will require surgery on an adductor injury.
Following his injury in the defeat to Udinese, the Rossoneri announced that their midfielder would require further tests.
It has now been confirmed that the 27-year-old will require surgery, meaning he’ll be out for at least a month.
“AC Milan announces that after today's tests Giacomo Bonaventura was diagnosed with a lesion to his left adductor longus tendon,” a statement announced.
“The player will undergo surgery by Professor Sakari Orava in the coming days."
According to ANSA, Bonaventura could be out for four months, meaning his season would be over.