Neymar Leaves Hospital To Spend 1st Phase Of Recovery Post Surgery

Neymar Leaves Hospital To Spend 1st Phase Of Recovery Post Surgery

Neymar Leaves Hospital To Spend 1st Phase Of Recovery Post Surgery

Confederation spokesman Vinicius Rodrigues said the surgery took place Saturday at the Mater Dei Hospital in the southeastern city of Belo Horizonte.

The world's most expensive player was operated on by the Brazil national team doctor in Belo Horizonte to fix the fractured metatarsal and sprained ankle he suffered in last weekend's French league match against Olympique Marseille.

The Brazil forward sprained his right ankle and cracked his fifth metatarsal during last Sunday's Ligue 1 victory over Marseille.

A spokesperson for the Brazilian football federation confirmed the operation was a success. The operation consisted of the laying of a screw associated with a transplant fixed at the level of the lesion of the fifth metatarsal of the right foot.

"Re-education will begin immediately under the direction of a club physiotherapist". This followed an earlier statement from Lasmar that the star player would be out of action for at least two and a half months, maybe three.

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The injury has triggered concerns for the player's availability for this year's World Cup.

Gerard Saillant, the French doctor representing PSG at the hospital, said the timing of Neymar's return to full training could only be given at the six-week mark.

NEYMAR is seen for the first time since having surgery on his foot as he boards a private jet. Lasmar said this past week that the Brazilian national team's medical squad will help Neymar recover "as quickly as possible" although it will take approximately three months.

He'll miss the rest of the season for PSG, and most crucially the return leg against Real Madrid in the Champions League on March.

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