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Bayer Leverkusen: Amine Adli breaks his collarbone

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Bayer Leverkusen: Amine Adli breaks his collarbone

Bayer Leverkusen’s Amine Adli suffered a broken collarbone on his return from the 2-1 Bundesliga defeat by FC Augsburg. Bayer goalkeeper Andrej Lunev, who replaced Lukas Hradecky, who was suspended, injured a tendon in his right thigh on a tee shot.

Bayer announced this on Sunday.

Both players will be out for the time being, Lunev probably for six weeks. Adli, who does not need an operation, will probably only be available to the Rhinelanders again after the international break in September.

Adli returned to the squad on Saturday after almost five months after tearing a tendon in his thigh and came on as a substitute in the 62nd minute. Adli and Lunev were not substituted in the match against FCA, they were on the pitch until the end.

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