Nagoya Grampus on Sunday announced injuries to three key players who could miss action heading into mid-July.
Goalkeeper Seigo Narazaki will be out for two to three weeks after suffering a right calf injury in the team’s June 3 match against Zweigen Kanazawa.
Veteran striker Keiji Tamada will require four weeks of recovery after injuring his right hamstring in training on June 8.
Meanwhile, midfielder Kohei Hattanda will also miss four weeks after hurting his left hamstring on Saturday during Grampus’ 2-1 loss at Tokyo Verdy.
The J.League co-founders are currently in fourth place in their maiden J2 League campaign.