Bad news for Atalanta. Prior to the duel against PSG for the quarterfinals of the Champions League, Gian Piero Gasperini received harsh news, after the injury of his starting goalkeeper, Pierluigi Gollini, was confirmed, which will leave him out of the PSG match, with a recovery time that is yet to be defined.
As reported by ‘La Gazzetta dello Sport’, the Italian goalkeeper has not recovered in the best way from the injury suffered in the match against Inter Milan and after a second MRI carried out this Saturday, it was confirmed that he suffered a subtotal injury to the crusader later: “Pierluigi Gollini will not play Wednesday’s game against PSG. The Atalanta goalkeeper, injured against Inter on the last match day of the championship due to hypertension of the posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, underwent a second MRI, and Unfortunately for Gasperini, the result left a subtotal lesion of the posterior cruciate, “said the media.
Likewise, the portal indicated that the goalkeeper will not undergo surgery, but that even so, other medical tests are expected to determine Gollini’s recovery time, for now, a drop of 70-90 days is estimated.
Thus, Gasperini will have to rethink his scheme, since, in addition to Gollini, he will not have the Slovenian Josip Iličić, and the presence of central defender José Luis Palomino is in doubt.