PSG’s star strikers picked up accidents throughout the newest worldwide break and are at present doubts for the visits of Toulouse and Liverpool.


Neymar, 26, injured himself throughout Brazil’s pleasant in opposition to Cameroon, whereas 19-year-old crocked himself in France’s 1-Zero victory over Uruguay.


The pair had been pressured off with what gave the impression to be thigh and shoulder issues, although they weren’t confirmed by their nations’ respective docs.


However these accidents have since been confirmed by the French champions.




A press release on PSG’s official web site learn: “Neymar Jr and Kylian Mbappe at this time underwent medical examinations that confirmed:


“For Neymar Jr, a proper adductor pressure.


“For Kylian Mbappe, a bruised proper shoulder.


“They’ll endure a 48-hour interval of therapy earlier than additional analysis.”




It was reported that Neymar would miss Wednesday’s Champions League conflict in opposition to Liverpool, during which Tomas Tuchel’s aspect will look to avenge the 3-2 defeat they suffered to the Reds in September.


Nevertheless, the very fact the previous Barcelona man is awaiting ‘additional analysis’ suggests a call on whether or not or not he’ll play subsequent week has not but been made.


Neymar spoke about his harm shortly after Brazil’s 1-Zero victory at Stadium MK, writing on Instagram: “Due to everybody who despatched me messages wishing me a fast restoration.


“I do not suppose it is something critical.”




Mbappe has but to talk out on his harm, which France boss Didier Deschamps is hoping just isn’t to critical.


“He has a sore shoulder, he is fallen badly,” Deschamps mentioned at half-time.


“He must see after with the medical workers. I hope it is not unhealthy.”


Paris Saint-Germain at present high the Ligue 1 desk by 13 factors after 13 matches.






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