January 31, according to “Corriere dello Sport”, the left-back of Roma
Spinazzola was diagnosed with a first-grade right thigh flexor strain.
In the last round of Serie A, Roma lost 1-2 away to the leader Naples.
Spinazzola started for Roma, but was substituted after half-time due to discomfort in his right leg.
“Corriere dello Sport” stated that after Spinazzola returned to Rome with the team, he underwent a detailed examination at the local Stuart Hospital in Rome and was diagnosed with a first-degree strain of the right thigh flexor.
Players with a first-degree strain in their leg muscles will generally be absent for 2 to 3 weeks, which means that Spinazzola will miss the next few games in Rome.
In the next three weeks, Rome will have 3 rounds of Serie A, 1 Italian Cup, and 1 Europa League play-off.