Already deprived of Theocharis Tsingaras and Denis Genreau, operated on for pubalgia before the truce of the World Cup and unavailable for several weeks, Toulouse, who leaves Sunday for an internship in Turkey for six days, will also have to do without Mikkel Desler. The Danish defender (27) suffers from the same problem. He will be operated on Monday and will be out for about two months.
“We already have a fairly young and reduced workforce, it’s a blow. It’s part of the vagaries of a season, but when headwinds arrive, it’s not easy,” noted Philippe Montanier, this Friday at a press conference, in remarks taken up by the Midi Dispatch.
This physical glitch falls badly for Téfécé who had already started looking for a new right side last summer, without finding one. This allowed young Kevin Keben (18) to make his Ligue 1 debut this season. To date, he is the only player in this position who can replace Desler. Montanier confirmed that” a thought “ was going to be started to recruit reinforcements this winter.