Kevin Vazquez, a Celta player who has not yet made his debut this season in the league, already has the approval of the entity’s medical services to play again.
The defender, who suffered a fibrillar rupture on the inner calf of his left leg, received this Monday the High medical and therefore is already fully available to the ‘Chacho’ Coudet in case the Argentine Celta coach considers it appropriate to alienate him in the next match of the Vigo team.
Celta, who will not play a Cup match in 1/16 (they were eliminated in the second round by Eivissa-Ibiza), will face the Betis at the Benito Villamarín next Wednesday, January 20 (9:00 p.m.) in a match corresponding to the 19th round of LaLiga Santander.
It will be then when Kevin, if Coudet deems it appropriate, will be able to say goodbye to his injury and return to the pitch. Kevin played last season 17 league games with the Vigo team, accumulating a total of 1,328 minutes. In eleven days, in addition, he entered the calls without ever jumping onto the pitch.