The absence of Moroccan international Nasir Mazraoui, a right-back for German football club Bayern Munich, is causing concern for his club’s management, who are looking for a viable solution by finding a suitable replacement player for upcoming matches. .
Mazraoui will be absent from the stadiums for the near future due to pericarditis caused by complications from his infection with the Corona virus.
The German club is focusing on defender Benjamin Pavard, but the latter is looking to change the atmosphere, starting with the next “Mercato”, which increases the troubles of the “Bavarian” team.
“We will continue to look for a solution to this problem,” sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic said during his club’s training camp in Doha.
He added: “This is a very bitter reality for us. We have to give up an important player, which can be a big failure, but our role is to find a suitable solution.”
He continued: “Mazraoui had the time needed for a full recovery. He needs to be very careful with a subject like that.”
He continued: “There is very good communication between the doctors of the Moroccan national team and the doctors of Bayern Munich. Now the player will undergo a medical examination every week.
Mazraoui, 25, contracted the coronavirus during the World Cup final in Qatar, forcing him to miss several matches before medical checks revealed he had heart problems.
Mazraoui was diagnosed with pericarditis, from which he must fully recover before returning to competition.