The Benin squirrels’ goalkeeper playing with the Chamois Niortais will be operated on at the ankle on Saturday 2 November 2019, announced the Niortais club on Thursday.
After clinical tests and examinations, the Beninese darling, Sartunin Allagbé, will have to put his gloves away by the end of 2019. In this case, he will spend the next few months in the infirmary. “After passing various tests, it turns out that our number one goalie @SatAllagbe suffers from a ligament rupture at the ankle. He will be operated on Tuesday and his unavailability is estimated at three months. All the #TeamChamois wishes good luck to the Chat and is with him” can be read on Chamois Niortais FC’s Tweeter account.
The captain of the Benin Squirrels had injured himself while his club was playing Sochaux on Matchday 13 of Ligue 2 (0-2).