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Osmane Dembélé’s career at FC Barcelona has been marked by many injuries, although in recent months this has not been seen so often. Nevertheless, Life changed and the French attacker was injured again in the 24th minute against Girona FC.
The French striker suffered an injury to the rectus femoris of the left thigh. It is for this reason that the FC Barcelona player He will be absent on key days for the definition of the tournaments in which the Barça team continues to compete.
Dembélé is expected to be out between five or seven weeks, a very complicated future for Xavi Hernández and for the group, although all is not lost, well, said period could vary according to its evolution.
Parties that Dembélé will miss with FC Barcelona
Knowing all the time that you’ll be away, Now we will see the games that will be out of action in French in the different competitions that the Barça team is playing at the moment.
In LaLiga Santander, Dembélé will not be able to play against: Real Betis Balompié (February 1), Seville (February 5), Villarreal (February 12), Cádiz (February 19) and Almería (February 26).
In addition, the 16th of the UEFA Europa League against Manchester United, duels to be held on February 16 and February 23. However, this is not all, since he will not be in the semifinals of the Copa del Rey to be played between the dates February 8-9 and the return on March 1-2.
When could Dembélé return to action with Barcelona
Now, well, with all these games in which the French could not be, it is necessary to take into account that if the evolution of Dembélé is favorablethe attacker with a past at Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga could be back on the pitch on March 5 against Valencia.
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