Manchester City confirms on its websites that Benjamin Mendy, 24, works in Barcelona
The Frenchman was at the start of the French team for the matches against the Netherlands and Uruguay but was forced to retire due to a knee problem. Investigations at a doctor in Barcelona made it clear that surgery was a necessity.
"The business was completed on Wednesday night and everyone in Manchester City wants Benjamin to return quickly," says City.
According to the PA, knee injury should not be linked to the serious injury suffered by Mendy last season.
This time, the meniscus is the problem, and for the time being it is uncertain how long the star will be disposed of. However, most reports show that it is only weeks.
Mendy was one of the most important pieces of Pep Guardiola's crew this season. Only Ryan Fraser of Bournemouth has more passes than Mendy's five portions in nine games.
The other knee was jealous, but the business went well and everything is fine. He'll be back soon, guys. You just have to find another Captain of the Fantasy team in some races, writes Mendy in one tweet.
With national matches for the program this week, the city does not return to action before November 24 in an away match against West Ham.
Mendy's injury worsens Guardiola, who already has Kevin De Bruyne on the list of inaccessible players.