Uruguay confirms that Araújo will be out of the Cup “due to a muscle injury”

Bad news for Uruguay (and for Barcelona). The Uruguayan national team confirmed on Tuesday in a brief and terse statement that Ronald Araújo is out for tomorrow’s match, at least, against Colombia. It said it like this: “After the studies carried out, it was confirmed that it is a muscular injury.” Nothing more.

Therefore, There is no official information on how long he will be off work, although unofficial sources speak of more than a month out of action, which would compromise his pre-season with the Blaugrana team.

Araújo left the field in the match America Cup against Brazil by a muscle injuryas explained by the coach Marcelo Bielsa at a press conference. This Tuesday the Uruguayan Football Association (AUF) issued a statement announcing the player’s withdrawal. As expected, the player will not take part in either the semi-final match or a hypothetical final of Uruguay in this competition.

Is Barça missing preseason?

On July 10, Hansi Flick will get to work with the group of players available and on the 28th they will travel to the American preseason tour. The injured and those who were concentrated with their national teams for the Eurocupthe American tournament and the Olympic Gamesthey will not be there yet. Now, the Barça coach could have Araujo’s setbackwith whom I could not count until within at least one month.

Although Araujo will no longer play in the America Cupyesterday Monday traveled with the team’s expedition from Las Vegas to Charlottewhere Uruguay will play the semi-final match against Colombia.

An injury that is one to Pedri’s Barcelona also suffered an injury in the last international match against Germany. The Canary Islander will not be available for the start of the season either, which is a new setback for the newly arrived German coach.

 
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