Neymar, Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Surgery ‘Successful’

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asked Jan 12 in 3D Segmentation by casinositeone7 (140 points)

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Neymar, cruciate ligament reconstruction surgery ‘successful’… Looks like he'll be back mid next year



Brazilian soccer star Neymar (31, Al Hilal), who suffered a serious knee injury, successfully completed surgery.

Foreign media such as AFP reported on the 3rd (Korean time) that Neymar underwent knee surgery at Mater Dei Hospital in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

Rodrygo Lasmar, the team doctor of the Brazilian national team who performed the surgery, said, "I had surgery to reconstruct the anterior cruciate ligament and repair the damaged meniscus.

The surgery was successful. 카지노사이트원

I am very satisfied with the results."

Neymar posted a series of photos on Instagram, one of him holding a family photo and one of him giving a thumbs up, and wrote, "Everything will be fine."

The surgery went well, but it is inevitable that he will be sidelined for several months.

Brazilian local media predict that Neymar will not be able to return to the field until the middle of next year.

Neymar collapsed while competing with an opponent at the end of the first half of the 2026 North and Central America World Cup South American qualifying match between Brazil and Uruguay held in Montevideo, Uruguay on the 18th of last month.

Neymar, who was suffering while hitting the ground with his hands, was carried out on a stretcher, but ended up suffering from serious injuries.

Neymar, who is recognized as a world-class striker, suffers frequent injuries.

In 2018, he had surgery for a fractured foot, and last March he injured his ankle and was sidelined for six months.

Neymar played six seasons at Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), which he joined in 2017 for a huge transfer fee of 222 million euros (about 315 billion won), but suffered from major and minor injuries every season.

In August of this year, he transferred to Saudi Arabia's Al Hilal for a transfer fee of 90 million euros (about 130 billion won) and an annual salary of 100 million dollars (about 133.5 billion won).

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