Isco suffers an injury to the hamstrings in his left leg


The Real Betis footballer suffers a proximal myotendinous injury to the left hamstring muscle and will follow “conservative treatment”, the Verdiblanco club has confirmed, meaning the Malaga midfielder will be out for between a month and a half and two months.

“After the evaluations and tests carried out by the club's medical services on our player Isco Alarcón, it is confirmed that he has a proximal myotendinous injury to the left hamstring muscle,” the Betic entity reported in a statement.

In addition, Real Betis indicated that “initially” the club's medical services have considered “conservative treatment to be appropriate to resolve this process pending evolution.” The one from Arroyo de la Miel could be out for between six and eight weeks, but he will not undergo surgery.

Isco was injured on Sunday during the match that Manuel Pellegrini's team played against Getafe at the Benito Villamarín (1-1), in which the Malaga player scored the local goal from a penalty; He left the field of play in the 82nd minute and was replaced by William Carvalho.