Last Monday, after subjecting him to various tests, Valencia reported that Denis Cheryshev suffered a sprained left knee but did not offer an approximate recovery period, as usual. But the Russian Federation has done it and has revealed that in principle it will be out for three or four weeks.
Cheryshev had to withdraw from the El Sadar field of play in Valencia’s match against Osasuna after noticing instability in the knee and 24 hours later the injury was confirmed
“The international midfielder will continue medical and rehabilitation treatment until clinical improvement,” said Valencia when making public the sprain of the medial collateral ligament suffered by the player.
By the type of injury it was suspected that he could be out for a month but the Mestalla club did not want to specify. What it seems that he did was inform the Russian federation of an injury that in principle will prevent him from being called up in a couple of weeks by his selection for the next international commitments.