Skelly Alvero sidelined with shoulder injury

Skelly Alvero on the way to the training ground.
Skelly Alvero will be sidelined for the foreseeable future (Photo: WERDER.DE).
First Team
Saturday, 13.04.2024 / 10:30

Skelly Alvero suffered an injury during training on Friday, as confirmed by SV Werder Bremen team doctor Dr. Georg Tsironis. The Werder loanee underwent an MRI on Friday afternoon, which revealed that the midfielder had suffered an injury to the acromioclavicular joint in his shoulder. Following discussions with the team doctor from Olympique Lyon, Alvero's parent club, the injury will be treated conservatively and the midfielder will not undergo surgery. The 21-year-old could therefore return before the end of the season.

"Skelly's injury is of course another setback for us and for him. We hope that he will be able to return and feature again before the end of the season. It's unfortunate for Skelly, because he has been able to integrate himself well into the team and has put in some strong performances already," said Clemens Fritz, Werder's head of professional football.

Skelly Alvero moved on loan to Bremen from Olympique Lyon over the winter, with the two clubs also agreeing to a buy option. Alvero has featured six times for the Green-Whites to date, scoring once.

 

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