Crows defender Daniel Talia has undergone a successful procedure on his knee following the conclusion of Adelaide’s season.

Talia required arthroscopic surgery to his left knee following a knock sustained in Round 16 against Greater Western Sydney.

Crows Head of Science and Medicine Steve Saunders said Talia would be ready to go for pre-season.

“He’ll have a period of rest now before undertaking a pretty normal offseason from the four-to-six week mark,” Saunders said.

Star midfielder Matt Crouch will undergo a hip arthroscopy some time in the next week.

“Matt has had some low-level impingement problems from his right hip and will have a minor procedure to deal with those issues,” Saunders said.

“He’s likely to run within four weeks of the surgery and will be right for the start of pre-season.”

Wayne Milera has successfully undergone a bone graft for his foot and will be in a boot for the next few weeks.

He is expected to return for the beginning of pre-season.