Sergej Milinković-Savić, a midfielder from Serbia, has sustained a knee injury that will require treatment for three to four weeks, according to Al-Hilal Club.
Milinković-Savić has joined the list of players injured by the club, which also includes Neymar, Musab Al-Juwayr, Salman Al-Faraj, Robin Neves, and Ali Al-Bulayhi, who are suspended.
He injured himself last Friday during Al-Hilal’s local league match against Al-Fateh.
The midfield player will be out of action for four weeks due to an injury that was discovered on Sunday after he underwent radiological testing.
Milinković-Savić will therefore be unable to participate in the forthcoming match against Mumbai City in the AFC Champions League’s fourth round. 
He will also miss the forthcoming international break with the Serbian national team.
He will also be absent from the Saudi league matches against Al-Taawoun on the 10th and Al-Hazem on the 25th, as well as the AFC Champions League match later this month against Navbahor from Uzbekistan.
On December 1, Milinković-Savić is anticipated to return to action in the league against Al-Nassr in the Riyadh Derby.