Alphonso Davies has to stop training for an indefinite period The first game in 2022 ended in failure, Bayern Munchen lost against Borussia Monchengladbach (1: 2), and before the second they learned that Bayern Munich would not be able to count on Alphonso Davies for about a month.
This is news that shocked many even though we could hear a lot of similar news in the last year Before the trip to Cologne, for the match of the 19th Bundesliga round, coach Julian Nagelsmann announced that the left-back had given up due to heart problems.
Only a few weeks ago, Alphonso Davies was suffering from the consequences of COVID19, and on a regular test, before his planned return to the training process, he was diagnosed with mild inflammation of the heart muscle.
At the Allianz Arena, they assure that nothing is dramatic, but they call for caution and specify how they want to investigate all the circumstances, with the intention of determining whether (and when) Alphonso Davies can be on the field again.
It is very likely that this problem is directly caused by the corona virus. In any case, it is clear that Alphonso Davies will not train for a few weeks, although he is expected to be ready for a duel with Salzburg, in the eighth-finals of the Champions League (February 16 / March 8).
We hope that will be the case
Alphonso Davies and substitutes
As for the match in Cologne, Naglesmann has at his disposal Leroy Sane, Omar Richards, Tanguy Nianzou, and Dayot Upamecano, who spent the past days in isolation due to COVID19, while Manuel Neuer is returning to the stands.
It is certain that Kingsley Coman will not play in this match either. Bayern Munich will be weakened, but they still have a wide roster and quality players in the team Richards is one of the candidates to replace Alphonso Davies on the left side, although the expert staff doubts that he is fit in 90 minutes.
Another solution that Naglesmann could resort to is the transfer of Marcel Sabitzer to the defender, although the newcomer from RB Leipzig did not become famous against Moenchengladbach Although the management of Bayern Munich says that the matter is not serious, most are still worried about more and more such outcomes.
Several players are known to have died of heart problems, and some have ended their careers. The question is when this will end and whether a solution will be found for such things. It seems that unfortunately, we will hear a lot more similar news .We wish Alphonso Davies a speedy recovery