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DISASTER: Ousmane Dembélé, between three and four months of drop

Published:18/09/2017 - 01:00h

Updated:18/09/2017 - 10:07h

The injury of Ousmane Dembélé had concerned to the doctors of the Barça, but anybody could imagine until which point. The Frenchman has broken a sinew in the biceps femoral of his left thigh and will go through the operating theatre, being almost four months of drop

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If any already carried the hands in command after the injury of Ousmane Dembélé in the Coliseum Alfonso Pérez, now the FC Barcelona has serious reasons to regret . After an assessment in depth of his ailments has determined that the forward will be of drop between three and four months.

The reason is that the French has broken the sinew of the biceps femoral of his left thigh and will need to go through the operating theatre to correct this problem. The Barcelona medical services have informed that the intervention will produce the next week in Finland, where will be attended by a specialist, the Doctor Sakari Orava.

The event trastoca gravely the plans of Ernesto Valverde, that had found in Dembélé a big option to relieve to Neymar and keep the potential of the tripleta offensive of the Barça. Besides, the club sees as it frustrates his main signing of the summer, a footballer by which had invested 105 million euros.

Deulofeu, alternative

The alternative with more weight in the changing room seems to be Gerard Deulofeu, that already was the elected to substitute to Ousmane Dembélé in Getafe. The technician begins to know the possibilities of the Catalan, and is demanding him more conscious of his possibilities to improve. Now, his progression will have more possibilities to produce , since it will accumulate a lot of minutes after the drop of his mate.

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