Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board is likely to send experienced batsman Muhammad Hafeez to England to seek treatment for a knee muscular problem, which threatens to keep him out of the Test series against England.
PCB’s medical panel are not satisfied with the progress made by Hafeez from his injury which he picked up during the Asia Cup and forced him to miss the last two matches of the World T20 in India.
An official source in the PCB told PTI that chief selector, Inzamam-ul-Haq and the national team captain, Misbah-ul-Haq were both concerned with the fitness of Hafeez and had suggested to the board that if required he should be sent abroad for treatment.
"Hafeez, 35, is suffering from a condition known as femur muscle which is best treated in the United Kingdom," the source said.
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