The 21-year-old was in visible pain after the coming-together with Augsburg’s Philipp Max and was replaced by Erik Durm after lengthy treatment on the pitch.
All the best in your recovery @juweigl ! Love seeing the positive attitude 👊 . #Repost @juweigl with @repostapp ・・・ Ich bleib wie es auf meinem Tattoo steht POSITIV ! 😊💪🏽 Danke für all eure Nachrichten ich werde alles geben um schnell und gesund wieder zu kommen 🍀✊🏽💪🏽 #stay #postive #bae #family #team #bvb #comebackstronger
His club tweeted he will miss three to four months of action, meaning he could also sit out the beginning of the 2017/18 league season, but Weigl remained positive: "I'll be like it says on my tattoo: positive!" said the former 1860 Munich man on Instagram.
Germany begin their Confederations Cup, to be staged this year in Russia, with a game against Australia on 19 June, with further matches against Chile (22 June) and Cameroon (25 June).
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