This was confirmed by the campus doctor through a statement. They believe that one more week of recovery could be enough to reach the match against the Charruas.
The Brazilian star, Neymar, who comes from suffering a muscle injury to his left leg, the South American Qualifiers of the Qatar World Cup 2022 will be out in the first game, which will play the Brazilian team against its Venezuelan counterpart, on November 13.
But nevertheless, “Ney” could return to the courts to play the second game of the double date against Uruguay, on November 17, according to a statement from the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF).
Despite missing the Champions League matches at his club, the footballer was summoned by Brazil coach Adenor Leonardo Bacchi “Tite”, who after a meeting with PSG guaranteed him “Not put the player’s health at risk”. According to the plans of the Parisian club, its star player could only be back on the playing field at the end of November.
Despite the club’s intentions, the green doctor, Rodrigo Lasmar, affirmed this friday through a statement that trusts that Neymar “evolves well” from his injury, and he hopes that he is ready to play the match against Uruguay.
“I have frequent contact with the PSG doctor and we know about Neymar’s physical conditions from the day of his injury in the Champions League,” the document began.
“We believe that with an intensive week of treatment. We have the possibility that he will recover for the second game. We will closely monitor his evolution”, closed the doctor of the Brazilian team, in a statement from the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF).
The presence of 10 is a surprise since the propio DT del Paris Saint-Germain, Thomas Tuchel, was who assured last week that he crack I would return at the end of November, after injuring his left thigh abductor on 28 October in PSG’s 2-0 Champions League win over Basaksehir.
On the other hand, the headaches for Tite don’t stop. The coach had a series of important casualties Since the first squad list that he published and was forced to change Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona), Fabinho (Liverpool), Rodrigo Caio (Flamengo) and Éder Militao (Real Madrid), the players suffered various ailments that left them out of the announcement.
The letter that Tite plans to use in case Neymar does not arrive comes from Flamengo. The coach called up Pedro, the 23-year-old forward who is on loan to the Brazilian team from Italian Fiorentina.
The five-time world champion will begin her preparation for the next matches for the qualifying rounds on November 9 at Granja Comary, the sports complex located in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazil leads the World Cup qualifying rounds with six points, the same as Argentina, but with better goal difference, after beating Bolivia 5-0 and Peru 2-4 in the first two days. With these impressive numbers, it would seem that the presence of Neymar can wait, and thus avoid a conflict with the European club. What will Tite decide?
Sources: EFE and AFP.