MOSCOW, November 11 CSKA midfielder Maxim Mukhin for five – will return to Moscow in seven days to undergo rehabilitation after undergoing surgery in Rome, said the chief doctor of the Moscow football club Eduard Bezuglov.
Mukhin was injured on October 21 in the away match of the 12th round of the Russian Championship against Rubin Kazan (0:0). The next day, based on MRI results, the midfielder was diagnosed with a torn anterior cruciate ligament. On November 4, the player flew to Rome for the operation; on November 6, Bezuglov reported that 22-year-old Mukhin had successfully undergone it.
“”Maxim Mukhin, as you know, underwent surgery a few days ago. Everything is going according to plan for him. Literally in five to seven days he will return to Moscow to undergo rehabilitation. He is already moving independently, everything went as expected,” – Bezuglov said in a video published on the army team’s official Telegram channel.
“Igor Diveev, Konstantin Kuchaev and Kirill Glebov are also recovering according to plan. We expect that closer to the end of the pause for national team matches, both players (Kuchaev and Glebov) will return to training on the football field,” added the chief doctor of CSKA.
In the 2023/24 season, Mukhin took part in 16 matches in various tournaments, scored two goals and provided one assist.