Bayern Munich forward Serge Gnabry has been ruled out for the season and could miss Germany’s home Euro 2024 campaign with a hamstring injury, the club announced on Friday.

Gnabry left the field after 27 minutes in Wednesday’s 2-1 Champions League semifinal loss to Real Madrid.

Bayern issued a statement saying the 28-year-old would “miss the remainder of the season” after a diagnosis showed a tear in his left hamstring.

Bayern has two Bundesliga games remaining before Germany open the Euros against Scotland in Munich on June 14.

Former Arsenal forward Gnabry has had a difficult run with injuries this season, which cost him his spot in Julian Nagelsmann’s last Germany squad.

After scoring against his old club in Bayern’s 2-2 Champions League quarterfinal in April, Gnabry was subbed out with injury and only returned to face Real Madrid in the semis.

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Gnabry broke his arm in September and has missed 15 matches since December with muscle injuries.

The winger has played 45 games for Germany, scoring 22 goals.