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FIFA World Cup: From Paul Pogba, Sadio Mane to Diogo Jota – See TOP footballers missing Qatar World Cup

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FIFA World Cup: From Paul Pogba, Sadio Mane to Diogo Jota – See TOP footballers missing Qatar World Cup

PAUL POGBA (FRANCE)

Pogba injured his knee in pre-season and went under the knife in September to repair a damaged meniscus. The 29-year-old resumed training but on October 31 his agent said the midfielder would not return to action for Juventus or the world champions until the World Cup.

N’GOLO KANTE (FRANCE)

The Chelsea midfielder suffered a setback in his rehabilitation with a hamstring injury which has limited him to two
appearances this season. He will be out of action for four months after undergoing surgery.

TIMO WERNER (GERMANY)

The RB Leipzig forward, 26, picked up an ankle injury during their 4-0 Champions League win over Shakhtar Donetsk at the start of November and will be out for the rest of 2022.

REECE JAMES (ENGLAND)

The 22-year-old right-back injured his knee in Chelsea’s Champions League clash with AC Milan in October and said he will not be part of the England squad.

DIOGO JOTA (PORTUGAL)

The Liverpool forward will miss the tournament with a calf injury sustained in their win over Manchester City, but the Premier League club’s manager Juergen Klopp said he would not require surgery.

PEDRO NETO (PORTUGAL)

The 22-year-old Wolverhampton Wanderers winger will have surgery on an ankle injury he sustained against West Ham United in October.

BOUBACAR KAMARA (FRANCE)

The Aston Villa midfielder suffered a knee ligament injury in September which will keep him out until after the World Cup.

ARTHUR MELO (BRAZIL)

Liverpool’s on-loan midfielder picked up a muscle injury in the build-up to a Champions League clash with Rangers in October.

FIFA World Cup: From Paul Pogba, Sadio Mane to Diogo Jota – See TOP footballers missing Qatar World Cup

SCOTT KENNEDY (CANADA)

The 25-year-old defender suffered a freak shoulder injury at the end of October while playing for SSV Jahn Regensburg in the German second division.

JESUS ​​​​’TECATITO’ CORONA (MEXICO)

The Sevilla winger fractured his left ankle while training with the LaLiga club in August and underwent surgery. The 29-year-old was named in Mexico coach Gerardo Martino’s provisional 31-man squad, but Sevilla boss Jorge Sampaoli said he could not return to training until December.

BEN CHILWELL (ENGLAND)

Left-back Ben Chilwell pulled up with a hamstring injury in extra time in Chelsea’s Champions League win over Dinamo Zagreb and said days later that he had suffered “significant damage” that will rule him out of the World Cup.

RUN AGAINST TIME

The following players are injured but struggling to get fit and be considered for selection.

SADIO MANE (SENEGAL)

Senegal forward Sadio Mane suffered an injury to his right fibula and will miss Bayern Munich’s final Bundesliga game before the World Cup, his club said, leaving his participation in the tournament in doubt.

PAULO DYBALA (ARGENTINA)

AS Roma coach Jose Mourinho said the Argentina striker had suffered a “very bad” injury when he tweaked a thigh muscle while converting a penalty against Lecce.

ANGEL DI MARIA (ARGENTINA)

The Juventus winger is out until early November with a hamstring injury which the club said would take around three weeks to heal.

KYLE WALKER (ENGLAND)

The Manchester City defender had successful groin surgery at the start of October, but the 32-year-old said he is confident he will make a full recovery in time to make the trip to Qatar.

RONALD ARAUJO (URUGUAY)

The Barcelona centre-back opted for thigh surgery at the end of September and said he made the choice to go under the knife to return to 100% “as soon as possible”.

FIFA World Cup: From Paul Pogba, Sadio Mane to Diogo Jota – See TOP footballers missing Qatar World Cup

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