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Injured Neymar sidelined for four weeks - PSG

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Injured Neymar sidelined for four weeks - PSG

Injured Neymar sidelined for four weeks - PSG

Paris St Germain forward Neymar will be out of action for four weeks because of a thigh injury, PSG says.

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Injured Neymar sidelined for four weeks - PSG

VIDEO SHOWS: PARIS ST GERMAIN AND BRAZIL FORWARD NEYMAR TRAINING WITH BRAZIL AHEAD OF INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY AGAINST NIGERIA RESEDING WITH COMPLETE SHOTLIST AND SCRIPT SHOWS: SINGAPORE (RECENT - OCTOBER 9, 2019) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1.

BRAZIL FORWARD, NEYMAR, TRAINING AMONGST BRAZIL TEAM MATES 2.

NEYMAR DURING TRAINING, DRIBBLING WITH THE BALL 3.

BRAZIL COACH, TITE 4.

NEYMAR, DURING TRAINING 5.

BRAZIL TRAINING UNDERWAY 6.

NEYMAR, DURING TRAINING 7.

BRAZIL PLAYERS WARMING UP STORY: Paris St Germain forward Neymar will be out of action for four weeks because of a thigh injury, the Ligue 1 leaders said on Monday (October 14).

"Neymar underwent an MRI (scan) this afternoon... a medical check up will be done in eight days but his return to competition is expected in four weeks depending on the evolution (of the injury)," PSG said in a statement.

Neymar picked up the injury during Brazil's 1-1 draw against Nigeria in a friendly game in Singapore on Sunday (October 13).

The striker is set to miss PSG's two Champions League games against Club Brugge next week and on November 6.

(Production: Kurt Michael Hall)




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