Netherlands attacker Memphis Depay is aiming to be part of his country’s Euro 2020 despite picking an injury that will rule him out for six months.
According to reports from Gianluca di Marzio, the Lyon attacker has undergone a successful surgery to treat his ACL tear in Italy and will now concentrate on his recovery.
The Olympic Lyon forward chose the Villa Stuart clinic and Dr Pierpaolo Mariani to administer the procedure after receiving a glowing recommendation about both from fellow countryman and Marseille midfielder Kevin Strootman.
The Italian journalist believes that Depay will require 5 months of rehabilitation and the goal at this time remains for him to be available at EURO 2020 next summer, having scored 6 times and laying on 7 assists in the qualifiers for the Netherlands.
Lyon attacker Memphis Depay has undergone successful surgery in Italy to repair his ACL tear; the aim remains for him to be at EURO 2020 https://t.co/fcsyqwn87m— Get French Football News (@GFFN) December 20, 2019
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