Canadian international winger Alphonso Davies has stressed he has no heart problem, hoping to return to German side Bayern Munich next month after fully recovering from the effects of coronavirus.
The 21-year-old has been out of action since December after being diagnosed with myocarditis before testing positive for coronavirus in January.
Bayern Munich quoted the Canadian star as saying: “I’m happy to be back. Rehabilitation is going well so far. I don’t have any problems with my muscles and my heart, but I’m not 100 percent ready, yet!”.
“I’m just happy to be able to exercise again. I’m ready to work”.
Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann hopes that Davies will be available for the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals at the “Allianz Arena” against Villarreal on April 12.
Training under medical supervision
Davies said, ” I’m doing my best. I work closely with the medical department and rehabilitation staff. “I train very hard with and without the ball.
The Canadian put the victory in the domestic league, which is led by Bayern 6 points from chasing Borussia Dortmund before 7 stages of the season, and the Champions League as a target for his team, while admitting that he found “the last four to eight weeks very boring and difficult mentally”.
He revealed that he spent time “making a lot of music” in the studio, spending time with family, and visiting his girlfriend who plays in Paris Saint-Germain, but otherwise nothing but “Wait, Wait, Wait…”.