Doctor García Cota gave information this Friday on the physical state of Daniel Wass, Andreu Fontàs and Iago Aspas.
Wass was suffering lumbago the last few days which had already sidelined him in LaLiga match against Las Palmas, and after undergoing a scan it has surfaced that the pain is due to a lumbar disc herniation. celta medical services will approach the injury in a conservative manner, with physiotherapy and pain-killers, and initially, surgery is out of the question for now, but it may be an option in the future. Recovery time is uncertain and will depend on the player’s evolution.
Fontàs has been out since the 20th of February due to a second degree hamstring injury in his plantaris muscle of his left leg. The Catalonian player is meeting his recovery stages and, even though he is not available for this match-day, the doctors believe the player is ready to start training with his teammates.
Iago Aspas, who has not been included in the medical report, suffers light pain in his left knee and doctors crossed out any severe injury. The Moañes has reduced training volume in the last fews days as a precaution and he is expected to play this Sunday against Atlético de Madrid.