“Sports World” interviewed sports medicine expert Ferran Abarth. He said: “According to Barcelona’s statement, Araujo suffered a tear of the adductor tendon. If the adductor is injured, the recovery time will be longer. Shorter. But if it’s really a tear in the adductor tendon then surgery is needed and that means he won’t be eligible for the World Cup.”
After inspection, Araujo ’s injury was determined to be a tear of the adductor tendon of the right leg, which made Araujo likely to undergo surgery. The expected recovery time is about 6 to 7 weeks. According to time, Araujo There is a high possibility that Laujo will miss all of Barcelona’s next games in 2022, and there are doubts about whether he can even enter the Uruguay men’s team.
According to the “Daily Sports” report, Araujo decided not to undergo surgery. Araujo had already undergone an MRI scan on Saturday morning, and while he still has to wait to find out the exact extent of the injury, he decided to avoid surgery at all costs and believes he is in the best possible shape for the World Cup.
But Araujo is sure to miss some important games in October, and his only thought now is to recover as soon as possible to qualify for the World Cup.