The Hungarian suffers an injury to the femoral biceps of his left leg
MADRID, 27 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) –
Real Madrid’s Hungarian player, Adam Hanga, will miss the madridista team’s debut in the Endesa League this Wednesday against Girona Bàsquet due to an injury to the femoral biceps of his left leg, so he returns to the infirmary after his muscular discomfort that prevented him from playing the Eurobasket.
“After the tests carried out on our player Adam Hanga by the Real Madrid Medical Services, he has been diagnosed with an injury to the femoral biceps of his left leg. Evolution is pending,” the club explained in a statement on Tuesday.
In this way, the Hungarian joins the already confirmed losses of Williams-Goss, Carlos Alocén, Alberto Abalde and Randolph, who will not be able to be under the command of Chus Mateo at the start of the domestic competition.
Adam Hanga already suffered physical problems during the Eurobasket, which prevented him from playing it, after suffering a muscle injury during Hungary’s match against France. Now, the player could be several weeks out.