Neymar Jr, during the party against the Alavés in the Camp Nou

BUT it IS not GRAVE

ALARM: Neymar drags a sprain from the Games

Published:13/09/2016 - 09:18h

Updated:13/09/2016 - 09:18h

The big Brazilian star of the FC Barcelona, Neymar Jr, drags a small sprain in the ankle from the past Olympic games of River 2016, although it is not a grave problem and will be to title against the Celtic of Glasgow

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"MD" has desvelado in the last hours a photography that the own Neymar Jr hanged this past night in "Snapchat", in which it could him see playing to the console with his son with the ankle vendado, surrounded of ice, what indicates that has some type of overload of the sprain that produced during the Olympic games of River 2016.

In fact, the media in question ensures that Neymar drags this annoyance in the ankle from the JJOO, but that will not suppose a grave problem as so that it was not to title this Tuesday against the Celtic of Glasgow in the Camp Nou, in the première of the FC Barcelona in the phase of groups of the UEFA Champions League 2016-17.

Neymar Jr Already played the ninety minutes against the Alavés the Saturday and wants to follow suit this Tuesday in front of the Scottish. No descarta, however, that if the Barça achieves encarrilar very soon the marker Luis Enrique take the decision to relieve him and give him minutes of rest in the second part, planting to Burn Turan, Denis Suárez or Paco Alcácer.

What remains clear, anyway, is that Neymar Jr has arrived with many win to Barcelona in spite of not being in the best physical conditions possible. The Brazilian star wants to follow with his good series after the medal of gold in the Olympic games, and from the beginning of this campaign 2016-17 turn into all a referent for the FC Barcelona. To base of effort and talent, sure that it will attain it.

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