JASTARNIA, Poland. May 19 (PSN) – Pawel Wszolek will be missing UEFA EURO 2016.
During training camp with the Polish national team he unfortunately fell on his left hand.
A diagnosis showed a fracture of the radial forearm with displacement. The 24-year-old midfielder has left the camp where he will have surgery to Warsaw.
“I slipped, I fell back on it and I heard a snap. At the beginning it did not hurt, only started now,” – said Wszolek shortly after the injury, sitting icing his hand.
Poland team physician Jacek Jaroszewski says the injury may be serious, but will first have to wait for the results of an x-ray.
This is a similar injury to a year and a half ago, in a qualifying match against Georgia in Tbilisi whom which Kamil Grosicki also experienced.
Initial predictions say that Wszolek will be out of action for at least three months.
For the time being Adam Nawalka has stated he has no plans to call up an additional player.
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