Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri doesn’t know when Juan Cuadrado will return - “three months, six months - we hope not”.
The winger underwent surgery for a recurring groin injury, and it’s not clear if he’ll be able to return before the end of this season.
“Cuadrado had a check-up on Saturday and is continuing his treatment,” Allegri said in his Press conference earlier today.
“It’s normal that right now Cuadrado isn’t available, but if you ask me ‘is Cuadrado’s season over?’…
“Hopefully not, but right now Cuadrado isn’t available, then if he will be after the international break, in 20 days or in a month we’ll see.
“It’s an inflammation, these things can go away in two days, they can last three months or they can last six months. We hope not.
“That’s the reality of the situation.
“[Federico] Bernardeschi is different because his is a trauma, we hope to have him back as soon as possible too.”
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