Ecuadorian player, Antonio Valencia has over a month and a half of recovery due to the fracture on his left ankle. Injure that he suffered during a match of the League of Champions Tournament with the Manchester United. Pedro Ramos, his personal assistant said that he has done his rehabilitation on England, and that Valencia won’t be traveling to Ecuador.
During an interview with the radio “La Red” from Quito, Ramos stated that the Manchester decided to personally supervise Valencia’s recovery so that he heals perfectly. The Ecuadorian player family is with him, currently waiting for his parents to arrive to accompany him.
Ramos commented that Valencia might come back to play on February as the doctors announced. “All deadlines are being met and everything is going well. If everything goes as planned he could be back by the end of February. Now he is working on the stimulation of the feet while receiving massages and also electric therapy. Meanwhile the electric boot will help him to strengthen his feet, however Antonio still moves with crutches.”