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Bayern Munich manager Niko Kovac has dismissed worries over Lucas Hernandez‘s knee accident, after that the Bavarians completed a €80 million bargain to sign that the 2018 World Cup winner.

The 23-year-old played his final game to Atletico Madrid on Feb. 9 after a knee injury ruled the France international out to the rest of the campaign.

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“The operation went really, really well,” Kovac told me at a press conference on Thursday. “According to Atletico, he will continue to work on his recovery from Munich.

“If everything goes to plan, then he should return in time for our first game of the year [in August]. Our doctor told us this is an injury with that you can sign a contract”

However, Kovac refused to elaborate whether it supposed you particular had been more likely to leave the club.

“We still have two aims,” he added. “The Bundesliga and also the German Cup.

“It is not related to me now what happens out of July 1. This will only turn into a matter from July 1 onwards”

Boateng, 30, was close to leaving Bayern summer, however, a go on to Paris SaintGermain dropped during the final days of the summer transfer window.

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