Victor Moses had successful surgery in Germany, according to a statement from Sparta Moscow.
Moses will miss six months of action as a result of the setback, the Russian Premier League club added.
In Spartak Moscow’s 2-0 league victory over Ural two weeks ago, the former Nigerian international suffered an achilles tendon injury.
The winger was stretchered off the pitch in pain on 33 minutes and was subsequently replaced by Mikhail Ignatov.
“Victor Moses successfully operated on in Germany. Moses’ recovery should take about six months,” reads a tweet on the club’s official Twitter handle.
“We wish Victor successful rehabilitation and look forward to his soonest return to the field!”
Before his injury, Moses scored two goals in four league outings for Guille Abascal’s men.
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