Neymar has given a thumbs up from his hospital bed as the Paris Saint-Germain striker shared an update after undergoing ankle surgery.
The Brazilian superstar has been plagued by injuries in recent years, and his latest setback came in the form of an ankle injury suffered in the Coupe de France final against Saint-Etienne.
Neymar was forced to undergo surgery on the injury, and he has now posted a picture of himself in hospital, giving a thumbs up to the camera.
The 28-year-old captioned the post: “Everything went well. Now it’s time to recover. Thank you all for the messages of support.”
The injury is the latest in a long line of setbacks for Neymar, who has been plagued by injuries since joining PSG from Barcelona in 2017.
He has missed a total of 44 games for the French champions due to injury, and his latest setback is likely to keep him out for the remainder of the season.
Neymar has been a key player for PSG since his arrival, scoring 70 goals in 91 appearances for the club.
He has also been a key figure in the club’s run to the Champions League final, scoring four goals in the competition this season.
The Brazilian’s absence will be a huge blow for PSG, who are set to face Bayern Munich in the Champions League final on August 23.
Neymar’s injury is also a major setback for Brazil, who are set to compete in the Copa America this summer.
The forward is a key figure for the Selecao, and his absence could be a major blow to their chances of success in the tournament.
Neymar’s latest injury is a huge blow for both PSG and Brazil, and his recovery will be closely monitored in the coming weeks.