PSG coach Unai Emery says the club are working hand in hand with Brazil to ensure Neymar has every opportunity to recover as quickly as possible from the operation and prepare properly for the tournament in Russian Federation.
The world's most expensive player was operated on by the Brazil national team doctor in Belo Horizonte to fix the fractured metatarsal and sprained ankle he suffered in last weekend's French league match against Olympique Marseille. The operation was to fix a cracked fifth metatarsal in his right foot.
"The recovery time will depend on the player's evolution".
"An assessment will be conducted in six weeks in order to determine the possible date of his return to training".
Neymar will also have to sit out Brazil's friendlies against Russian Federation and Germany.
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Santa Barbara-area CHP officials said on Twitter that they were monitoring the situation "should a closure become necessary". Already, the Sierra Nevada Mountains has seen 2 feet of snow and winds gusting over 100 miles per hour.