Club Brugge have given more clarity on Noa Lang’s injury. The forward played for the Juniors in the group stage of the European Under-21 Championship but was injured in the duel with Young Germany after a collision with his teammate Teun Koopmeiners.
“It’s a nasty injury,” Philippe Clément, his Club Brugge coach, told the press conference ahead of the game with KV Kortrijk. “Noa had a really big bruise on her knee and around her knee, but a week later it’s already a lot better. He doesn’t walk outside yet, but works inside. It remains to be seen how quickly his rehabilitation will unfold. months and we feared it at first. “
“By the time you see this happening you are thinking of the worst. I also received bad signals from the Netherlands immediately after his injury,” continued Clement. “I texted him right away and he called me back. It’s annoying when someone has to be seen overseas, not by your own medical staff, and decisions have to be made. He remained very close to me, to the doctor and to the national. coach. “
“I think he’s doing pretty well. It’s dangerous to set goals with injuries. If you take chances with a muscle injury, there’s a chance his season is over. He came here with a certain reputation, “but when I see how professional he is. with that again, it’s great “