French international winger Kingsley Coman resumed his training with his team, Bayern Munich, on Thursday, a few days after he underwent heart surgery, according to the Bavarian club.
“King (Komann) is back running again. We are happy that he’s back on the field,” Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann said on the eve of the German Bundesliga match Greuther Fürth.
And the German champions announced last week that Koeman underwent surgery to correct an irregular heartbeat, revealing, in Nagelsmann’s words, that “he was suffering from a slight irregularity in the heartbeat and in the heart.”
Nagelsmann confirmed Thursday that the Frenchman will not be available to help Bayern on Friday to hold on to the top of the league and stay in front of Wolfsburg, who are behind the Bavarian club by goal difference.
On the other hand, the former Leipzig coach stated that the midfielders Serge Gnabry and Jamal Musila have recovered from a health problem and an ankle injury, respectively, and they will be with the team on Friday.
French defender Luca Hernandez also recovered from a knee injury and resumed training, while reserve goalkeeper Sven Orlich is absent due to a knee injury he sustained after contact with Musyala during the exercises at the beginning of this week.
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