Sport PSG: Neymar absent between 6 to 8 weeks
PSG: Neymar, the false
alert despite examinations confirming the presence of a small injury to the adductor, Neymar will be operational for the match against Nantes, this Saturday (17 hours). © Provided by Football 365 Neymar does not believe after the International Truce, Paris Saint-Germain finds the daily bread of Ligue 1 with a beautiful poster against FC Nantes this Saturday. A match that the Capital Club will finally play with its Superstar Neymar.
As it was foreseen, Neymar will have to miss between 6 and 8 weeks of competition because of an ankle spraper.
The PSG has confirmed the information that Neymar will be stopped for 6 to 8 weeks minimum. The Brazilian sulfur "a strain of the left ankle with ligamous lesions". A new medical point is scheduled for three days. For the Brazilian star, it's a lesser evil. The wound he had contracted on the tackle of Stépha Yvann Mason had been feared a much longer absenceNeymar will be present for the recovery of the Champions League
if everything goes well and that the convalescence goes as expected, Neymar will be able to replay in the second half of January. It would be almost unexpected, especially since it should be attacking the return of the Champions League during the month of February. Mauricio Pochettino can push a big foul relief, which feared a defection of several months from one of his stars. The old Barcelona will still miss some important games in the championship, such as oppositions to come against Nice, Lens or Monaco.
PSG-BOSS Nasser Al-Khelaifi speaks plain text: "have zero contact" to Zinedine Zidane .
PSG President Nasser Al-Khelaifi has spoken with regard to rumors about coach Mauricio Pochettino and its potential successor Zinedine Zidane Klartext. © Getty Mauricio Pochettino PSG to Zidane "we have zero contact, even if he is a top coach," said Al-Khelaifi on the edge of the balloon d'Or awards in Paris the television station L'Equipe. French media last reported by a meeting between the former coach of Real Madrid and PSG officials in a Parisian Nobel Hotel.