Out on injury against Reims before the international break, Ruben Aguilar will be “absent for a few weeks” due to a fascia in his left foot.
Monaco defender Ruben Aguilar, who was injured in Reims on September 18, will be “out for a few weeks” due to a fascia in his left foot, his coach Philippe Clément announced on Friday at a press conference. Ruben Aguilar “has a problem with one foot (left, editor’s note), explained Clément. He had an inflammation that got worse. Because of this, he will be out for a few weeks.”
The club then confirmed that the French international right side (1 selection) suffered from a “plantar aponeurosis in the left foot” which will lead to “an absence of several weeks”.
Young people strengthen the pro group
Aguilar, released after 11 minutes in Reims in the last league match on September 18, was replaced by Vanderson. “We now have to look at the alternatives to this position because I don’t think Vanderson can play the 11 games for 90 minutes until November,” said Clément, who allowed three young players from the Elite group, including Nazim Babaï, to train with the professional group during the break.
“It’s to see them and find out if they can compensate for Ruben’s absence, said Clément. We’ll see over the next few weeks. Axel (Disasi) has also proven several times in the past that he could prove at this It’s a possibility, like that of playing with three defenders concerned, with a more attacking piston on the right”, concluded the Monegasque coach.