Bayern says Davies tore ankle ligament in Canada training, won't need surgery
Injury forced full-back out of CONCACAF Gold Cup
Bayern Munich said Monday the injury which forced Canadian full-back Alphonso Davies out of the CONCACAF Gold Cup last week was a torn ankle ligament but that he won't need surgery.
Bayern said the club "must do without Alphonso Davies until further notice" because of what it said was a torn anterior ligament in his left ankle. The 20-year-old is recovering in Munich and the club doesn't expect he will need surgical intervention.
Bayern is starting its pre-season preparations and doesn't have a competitive game until Aug. 6 in the first round of the German Cup.