The central defender of Cádiz Juan Cala will miss the rest of the season for an injury to his knee right that will force him to go through the operating room to undergo an arthroscopy next week, the club from Cádiz reported on Wednesday.
The defender has been dragging problems in recent months and delayed the intervention with the intention of helping the team in the fight for permanence, which is very close to achieving.
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Recovery from this injury is estimated at around two months, so it is expected that Cala can join training with Cádiz at the start of the next preseason.
The 31-year-old footballer from Lebrija has played twenty-eight league games for Cádiz this season, of which he did not start as a starter in only two, scoring three goals in his additions to the attack.