Vrsaljko goes back to training on the grass

The player stepped forward in his recovery from arthroscopy to his left knee, which he underwent on May 21.


Atletico Madrid's Croatian winger Sime Vrsaljko, who has been unable to play a single minute since soccer resumed after the pandemic due to problems with his left knee, returned to training on the pitch alone on Wednesday during the morning session of red and white set

Still without his companions, only accompanied by a retriever and rehearsing the long ball movements, Vrsaljko took a step forward in his recovery from arthroscopy in his left knee, which he underwent on May 21 to remove material from the surgical operation. made a year before.

Since then, the Balkan side has not been seen in the images of the training that the club sends every day, but this first step could bring him closer to being present in the final phase of the Champions League that the Atletico team will play in Lisbon (Portugal) .

The rest of his colleagues added their third session, with a change of pace, since instead of working in the late afternoon strip that they had used the last two days, they did it in the morning.

With some players doing alternative work as part of the rojiblanco technical body load division plan, including the Ghanaian Thomas Partey, who has a muscular problem, the rojiblanco team continues to refine its form to face the German Leipzig on August 13 .

Among the exercises, some games in a reduced field where a defensive line widely used by the Argentine coach Diego Pablo Simeone, formed by the Colombian Santiago Arias, the Uruguayan José María Giménez, the Montenegrin Stefan Savic and the Brazilian, could be seen playing together Renan Lodi, along with Víctor Machín 'Vitolo' and Álvaro Morata.

Saúl Ñíguez, Koke Resurrección, Marcos Llorente, Diego Costa, Argentine Ángel Correa and Belgian Yannick Carrasco formed another team, eminently offensive, while the third group included Brazilian central defender Felipe Monteiro, Englishman Kieran Trippier, Frenchman Thomas Lemar , Serbian Ivan Saponjic and youth squads Manu Sánchez and Rodrigo Riquelme.

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