Wolverhampton Wanderers full-back Jonny Otto has suffered suspected knee ligament damage whilst on international duty with Spain.
The Daily Mail cite reports in the Spanish press stating the defender was seen leaving the stadium on crutches after Spain’s 1-0 friendly win over Bosnia.
The 24-year-old suffered the injury in a tackle with Middlesbrough loanee Mo Besic, and it remains to be seen how long he will be sidelined for.
Otto has started every one of Wolves’ 12 Premier League matches to date this season after signing a season-long loan deal from Atletico Madrid last summer.
He has impressed with his defensive capabilities as well as his positivity going forwards and will be a big loss to Nuno Espirito Santo who is also sweating on the fitness of right wing-back Matt Doherty.
A medical report published by the Spanish FA read:
The player underwent an initial exploration in the dressing room and felt pain compatible with an injury to the collateral medial ligament, which, although pending confirmation, could be a grade two or three injury. He will undergo an x-ray to confirm the diagnosis and rule out other injuries, and his club will be informed of all developments.