The World Cup 2022 will see the most popular names in world soccer face off alongside each other over November and December. But, unfortunately, injured players miss out on the tournament; all you need to know is Which star players are ruled out of the with injury & who is facing a struggle against time to be fit for FIFA World Cup 2022.
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Stars With Injuries Ruled Out For World Cup 2022
Numerous international football stars are likely to miss the tournament in Qatar, including Paul Pogba of France, who has now confirmed being ruled out owing to a persistent knee issue.
Pogba suffered a preseason knee injury that required surgery to repair a torn meniscus in September.
The 29-year-old started working out again, but his agent announced on October 31 that the midfielder would not play again for either Juventus or the world champions before the World Cup 2022.
Players like Heung-Min Son of South Korea are racing against time to stay healthy.
After suffering the injury in his team’s 2-1 victory over Marseille on Tuesday, the Tottenham forward had surgery to stabilize a fracture around his left eye.
Spurs have not provided an estimated time of recovery for the 30-year-old, he faces a challenge to be ready for the QATAR’s World Cup, which begins on November 20.
England also has injury issues with Kyle Walker, Reece James, Ben Chilwell & Kalvin Phillips all out as the World Cup approaches.
Takehiro Tomiyasu has expected to be a crucial player for Hajime Moriyasu’s side in Japan’s squad that has already qualified for the Qatar match.
A muscle injury sustained in the closing minutes of Arsenal’s Europa League victory over Zurich has cast doubt on his participation.
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Romelu Lukaku of Belgium is seriously questionable after suffering a hamstring injury.
Gini Wijnaldum, who shattered his leg in August, will undoubtedly be missed by the Netherlands.
Paulo Dybala and Angel Di Maria appear to be winning their struggles with calf and hamstring problems to represent Argentina.
Giovani Lo Celso’s hamstring problem, though, raises some questions.
There was also good news for Germany supporters, as Manuel Neuer is getting closer to recovering from his shoulder injury.
Unlike his French teammate Lucas Hernandez from Bayern Munich, who is recovering from a groin injury, he won’t have much time to prepare for games.
After admitting he had skin cancer treatment, Neuer may also be in danger of missing out. Since the beginning of October, the 36-year-old hasn’t appeared for Bayern.
After breaking his ACL last season, wonderkid Florian Wirtz has resumed full training with Bayer Leverkusen and is allegedly a member of Germany manager Hansi Flick’s provisional roster.
Timo Werner, who tore an ankle ligament and won’t be ready until the new year, will be absent, though.
After suffering ankle and knee injuries, Spain’s Dani Olmo and Mikel Oyarzabal, who were instrumental in their journey to the Euros semi finals last summer, are in a similar scenario.
Jesus “Tecatito” Corona, a winger for Sevilla, fractured his left ankle while working with the La Liga team in August.
He had surgery, so he will not participate in the Mexico team.
The 29-year-old has been included in Gerardo Martino’s preliminary 31-man squad for Mexico, but Jorge Sampaoli, the manager of Sevilla, stated he wouldn’t be able to practice again until November QATAR’s World Cup.
QATAR’s World Cup | Who Is Going to miss out among injured Premier League Players?
Out –Boubacar Kamara, France: Recovering from a knee ligament injury
Doubt – 1. David Brooks, Wales: Hamstring injury after cancer (Hodgkin lymphoma) all clear, and he hasn’t played since September 2021.
Out – Jakub Moder, Poland: ACL injury
Doubt – Christian Norgaard, Denmark: Recovering from Achilles injury, due back in early November
Doubt – Reece James, England: Knee injury.
Ben Chilwell, England: Hamstring injury
Out – N’Golo Kante, France: Recovering from hamstring surgery
Wesley Fofana, France: Knee injury
Out – Ricardo, Portugal: Recovering from Achilles surgery
Out – Arthur Melo, Brazil: Thigh injury
Diogo Jota, Portugal: Calf injury
Doubt – Kalvin Phillips, England: Recovering from shoulder surgery
Kyle Walker, England: Recovering from groin surgery
Doubt – Raphael Varane, France: Hamstring injury
Doubt – Moussa Niakhate, Senegal: Hamstring injury
Out – Kyle Walker-Peters, England: Hamstring injury
Doubt – Arel Bella Kotchap, Germany: Dislocated shoulder
Doubt – Richarlison, Brazil: Calf injury
Heung-Min Son, South Korea: Eye injury
Out – Pedro Neto, Portugal: Ankle injury
Doubt – Raul Jiménez, Mexico: Groin injury
Big Disappointment | Who else will be missing Qatar’s World Cup 2022?
Erling Haaland and Mo Salah won’t be traveling to the Middle East because their nations didn’t qualify for the competition, and Italy won’t be there either.
Other well-known figures will also be conspicuously absent, although for no fault of their own.
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