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PSG Confirms Neymar’s Return for Health Update

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PSG Confirms Neymar’s Return for Health Update

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Neymar, the Brazilian superstar footballer, has finally returned to Paris after his long injury rehabilitation process. Fans of Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) were thrilled to hear the news that Neymar was cleared to fly back from Brazil after receiving positive results from his tests.

PSG announced that Neymar will now be working closely with their medical staff to continue his rehabilitation protocol. The footballer was also given the green light to remove his protective boot on Thursday, which is a positive sign that he is making progress in his recovery.

Neymar’s injury dates back to February when he sustained an ankle injury during PSG’s home fixture against Lille OSC. The injury was so severe that he had to undergo surgery on his right ankle in March. Sadly, this injury ruled him out for the remainder of PSG’s ongoing campaign.

📌 Medical statement – Neymar Jr.@Aspetar

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— Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_English) April 27, 2023

Neymar’s Status

Despite the setback, Neymar remained a top performer for PSG this season. He still ranks in the top five for goal contributions in Ligue 1 play this season, with a total of 24. Fans of the club are eagerly anticipating his return to the field and his contribution to the team’s success.

Neymar has spent the past weeks rehabbing his injury in Brazil, and now that he’s back in Paris, he can continue to focus on his recovery. Fans of PSG and Neymar alike are hoping that his return to full fitness will be swift and that he’ll be back on the field soon, doing what he does best: dazzling defenders with his skills and scoring goals for his team.

Previous Reports on Neymar’s Injury

Before PSG’s announcement, Neymar shared a video on his social media accounts, with Bob Marley’s ‘Three Little Birds’ playing in the background, showing the development of his right ankle during his rehabilitation. In the video, Neymar can be seen wearing small bandages on his ankle while a hand, likely from his physiotherapist, helps him by making small movements back and forth.

PSG confirmed that Neymar underwent surgery on March 10 in Qatar for his right ankle ligament injury, which went well according to the club. The surgery was performed by three doctors, one of whom was Rodrigo Lasmar from the Brazilian national team.

Neymar has missed approximately two years of playing time for PSG due to injuries, with the latest injury being his most recent setback.


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Meanwhile, there are rumors about who will replace Christophe Galtier, PSG’s current coach, once his contract expires in 2024. Ex-PSG chief, Charles Villeneuve, has cautioned against hiring Jose Mourinho, stating that his “hysterical” personality could create more chaos in the club. However, Galtier has maintained that he has no intention of leaving before his contract expires.

On the positive side, the French giants have coped well in Neymar’s absence, picking up seven wins from their nine league games. Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe have been leading the line, with the emergence of 20-year-old Hugo Ekitike, on loan from Reims, also proving to be an encouraging sign for PSG throughout the season.

Neymar’s return will be a huge boost for PSG as they seek to continue their winning ways and secure their ninth league title in ten seasons. The club will hope that Neymar can hit the ground running and contribute to the team’s push for silverware in the remaining matches of the season.

The injury update will also be welcome news for Brazil fans ahead of the Copa America, which kicks off in June. Neymar is a key player for his country and will be hoping to lead them to glory on home soil.


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