Report: Brazilian National Team Closely Monitoring Neymar’s Injury Ahead of March’s International Fixtures

The Brazilian national team is keeping a close eye on Neymar’s adductor injury, according to a report from the Brazilian-based outlet UOL.

Neymar remains out of action due to a left adductor injury suffered during Paris Saint-Germain’s recent Coupe de France fixture against Caen. PSG’s coaching staff has been cautious with his injury since then.

Meanwhile, there is a lingering alert from the Brazilian national team over Neymar’s new injury.

The report adds that with Neymar’s injury, there is a standard protocol in place regarding communication between PSG officials and Brazilian national team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar. Communication between the two parties would include the sharing of test results and further information regarding the player’s injury.

As per his recovery phase, Ricardo Rosa, Neymar’s personal trainer, will play a key role in this process. This may include talks between Rosa and PSG officials over the Brazilian’s progress and possible return from injury.

The Brazilian national team is set to take part in two 2022 CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying fixtures late next month, including a showdown against Argentina. If going by the four-week recovery timetable set by PSG, Neymar should be ready to feature in these two fixtures barring any setbacks with his recovery from injury.

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