Bayern Do not Want Rush Play Javi Martinez

Bayern Do not Want Rush Play Javi Martinez

Bayern Do not Want Rush Play Javi Martinez

Munich – Javi Martinez is still in the recovery phase after a severe injury to his knee. Although already back training, Bayern Munich do not want to force the Spaniard to rush grazing.

Martinez got injured in his knee ligaments playing for Bayern in the German Super Cup matches in mid-August. Not only that there was a meniscal tear injury in the subsequent 26-year player.

Consequently Martinez also missed half the season in the treatment room. Late last month Martinez for the first time on the field to do light exercises without the ball, such as jogging and running.

With the season fast approaching the end of the presence of Martinez needed considering kebisaannya play in two positions, namely midfielder and central defender.

However, that option will not be taken Bayern because they are waiting for the panorama to recover fully and only after that Martinez will be played, in order to keep the same injury was whack again.

“Injury Javi not light. I also do not know when he will return to play,” said sporting director, Mathias Sammer, as quoted by Soccernet.

Martinez still the Bundesliga’s most expensive player after being purchased with a tag of 40 million euros from Athletic Bilbao in the summer of 2012. He has appeared 77 times and make four goals.