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Chelsea’s Marina Granovskaia texts Italy star following heartbreaking injury

This summer’s delayed European Championships has seen a large selection of Europe’s best talent on display. One of the tournament’s best performers has been Roma and Italy attacking full-back Leonardo Spinazzola. However, following a devastating injury, which turned out to be a snapped Achilles tendon, in the quarter-finals against Belgium, the talented defender has now been ruled out for between six and seven months.

That’s according to a recent report from Sky Sports reporter Angelo Mangiante, who has revealed that the defender is now facing a lengthy period on the sidelines.

Mangiante has also gone on to reveal some interesting details, including how the likes of Roma manager Jose Mourinho has rushed to contact his full-back and offer his support.

Another person who is understood to have contacted Spinazzola is Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia.

However, following the recent revelation that the 28-year-old won’t return to action until at least 2022, it’s fair to say, he will not be on the move this summer.

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