Former Manchester City striker Nolito has broken his leg in training

Former Manchester City striker Nolito has broken his leg in training and the Sevilla forward is set to be sidelined for around three months

  • Sevilla club doctors say Nolito will likely undergo surgery in the next few days
  • The former Spain striker had not been a regular starter for Sevilla recently
  • Sevilla are third in the league, seven points behind league leaders Barcelona

Associated Press Reporter

Sevilla striker Nolito has broken his leg in training and is set to be sidelined for around three months.

Clubs doctors say he will likely undergo surgery in the next few days.

The former Spain striker had not been a regular starter for Sevilla recently, but he was coming off a great performance in the team’s 3-1 win over Athletic Bilbao in the Copa del Rey on Thursday, scoring a goal and setting up two.

Sevilla striker Nolito has broken his leg in training and is set to be sidelined for three months

Sevilla striker Nolito has broken his leg in training and is set to be sidelined for three months

The former Spain and Man City striker had not been a regular starter for Sevilla recently

The former Spain and Man City striker had not been a regular starter for Sevilla recently

Sevilla faces Athletic again on Sunday in the Spanish league.

Sevilla are third in the league, seven points behind leaders Barcelona and two behind second-placed Atletico Madrid.

The club did not immediately say which leg Nolito broke on Saturday.


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