Frenkie de Jong, during a preseason game


OFFICIAL: Frenkie of Jong will be of drop after the injury suffered in the Classical

Published:25/10/2021 - 14:27h

Updated:25/10/2021 - 15:25h

The medical services of the Barça have given to know that Frenkie Of Jong presents a serious lesion and until the moment reigns the uncertainty on how much would last his process of recovery

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The FC Barcelona has confirmed one of the greater fears for the barcelonismo after the party in front of the Real Madrid . Frenkie Of Jong presents an elongación in the biceps femoral of the right thigh and until the moment desconoce how long would be out of action.

His drop supposes a big headache for Ronald Koeman, that now will have to do malabares to the moment to range to his effective in the centre of the field, where the Dutch had a fundamental role and had been a fixed piece in the medullary zone during the season.

The injury of Frenkie Of Jong arrives in a moment critic for the Barcelona, that comes to fall in his recent party in front of the Real Madrid and needs to add of to three to keep in the fight by the title of LaLiga or at least by the European places, all time that finds out of moment.

Of Jong could go back for the Champions

The news has confirmed after the examinations made by part of the medical services of the club. In principle, it is descartado for the visit to the Ray Vallecano and perhaps for the duel in front of the Alavés. In accordance with 'ACE' could be back for the second crash in front of the Dynamo, pautado for 2 November.

One of the main signalled by the injury has been Ronald Koeman, the one who has had him in his alignment knowingly that it presented annoyances that did not allow to the player be in optimum conditions, something that reflected in the party, where lacked shine.

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