Piccini already has the roadmap to play again

The Italian returned from Atalanta just a month ago, but is still recovering from his knee. He is confident of completing the training sessions starting next week and hopes to be able to enter a call-up in 15 days.

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With the signings of the Valencia Football Club, that famous quote reflected in the Bible that dictates "the last will be the first" has been fulfilled. To date, both Francisco Ferro, Christian Oliva and Patrick Cutrone have already debuted with the elastic che, however, whoever was the first to reinforce the entity, Cristiano Piccini, not only has not played, he has not gone summoned.

Today marks a month since the Italian full-back returned to the capital of Turia after his unsuccessful transfer to Atalanta and is still working on his fine-tuning after that kneecap he suffered in July 2019. Piccini returned to Valencia convinced that he could play as soon as possible, however, he soon realized that having been injured for a year and six months away from his conflict with Gasperini was a physically slow bill to pay.

Thus, Cristiano has gone from training alone, to warming up with the team to currently complete half of the sessions with the group, but not the games. However, the player has a path that he hopes to fulfill. The footballer and the coaching staff have agreed that the Italian will complete the training from next week if everything evolves as planned and there are no punctures that slow down his recovery - something that has already happened on occasion. And if we talk about playing again, Cristiano hopes that in approximately 15-20 days the option of returning to a call-up will be a reality.

In any case, the reincorporation to the calls and their staging will be gradual. Piccini has the clear and firm intention of finishing the season at a good level and gradually entering the line-ups, however, knowing that it will cost him to be prepared to play 90 minutes for many weeks, and from the medical and technical staff they will not take risks any and despite your expectations, if there are setbacks, the process will start over.

In any case, his main goal is to finish the course at a good level to face the 2021/2022 preseason as one more. The Italian international is fully aware that the upcoming campaign is going to be one of the most important of his career. With the contract with the club that expires in June 2022 and after not playing for a year and a half, reaching the highest level is the only thing he has between eyebrows. Thus, stated in a simple and reductionist way, Piccini wants to begin to revive within 15-20 days, to return to being the one he was from next summer, however his recovery will be subject to an evolution that has not always occurred as It was expected and it has already delayed you more than expected.



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