Brazilian soccer star Neymar (31-Alhilal), who suffered a major knee injury, has successfully completed surgery. Neymar underwent knee surgery at Mater Dei Hospital in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, AFP and other news agencies reported on Wednesday (June 3).Brazilian national team doctor Hodrigo Rasmar, who performed the surgery, said, “The operation was successful, as it involved reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament and repair of the damaged meniscus. “The operation was successful, repairing the anterior cruciate ligament and the meniscus injury.” “We are very happy with the results,” Rasmar said on Instagram, posting a series of photos of him holding a family photo and giving a thumbs up, writing, “Everything will be fine.” The surgery went well, but he will miss several months.
Local Brazilian media are predicting that Neymar won’t be able to return to the field until the middle of next year. Neymar collapsed in the final minutes of the first half of Brazil’s South American qualifier for the 2026 North and Central American World Cup in Montevideo, Uruguay, on March 18.He hit the ground with his hands and was stretchered off with what turned out to be a serious injury. Recognized as a world-class striker, Neymar is no stranger to injury. In 2018, he underwent surgery for a fractured foot, and in March, he injured his ankle and missed six months of action .Neymar has played six seasons for Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), the club he joined in 2017 for a record-breaking €222 million ($315 billion), and has been plagued by injuries, big and small, every season. In August this year, he moved to Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal for a transfer fee of 90 million euros ($103 million) and an annual salary of 100 million dollars ($133.5 million).However, after scoring just one goal in five official matches for Al-Hilal, he was once again ‘closed’.Despite being constantly hampered 무료슬롯게임 by injuries, Neymar surpassed Pele’s record of 79 career A-match goals in September.