FIFA set to compensate Barcelona for Ronald Araujo’s injury during international break

 

Neither Barcelona nor Xavi Hernandez have benefited from the international break. The break from club football arrived and brought with it a fresh set of challenges just as it appeared that the Catalans were getting their footing. 

Jules Kounde and Ronald Araujo, who were serving with their national teams at the time of their injuries, will be out for a minimum of three weeks apiece. In addition, it is also believed that Frenkie de Jong, Ousmane Dembele, and Pedri had slight declines in their fitness.

The Uruguayan’s situation is thought to be the most serious. According to Mundo Deportivo, FIFA will have to reimburse Barcelona for the defender’s injury because Araujo will be out of commission for more than a month.

FIFA will pay a club if a player is sidelined During Friday’s friendly match between Iran and Uruguay, Araujo hurt his right thigh. Due to his injury, he is anticipated to miss El Clasico, the UCL matches against Bayern Munich and Inter Milan, and possibly even a portion of the FIFA World Cup.

During Friday’s friendly match between Iran and Uruguay, Araujo hurt his right thigh. Due to his injury, he is anticipated to miss El Clasico, the UCL matches against Bayern Munich and Inter Milan, and possibly even a portion of the FIFA World Cup.

The amount of Araujo’s fixed pay will determine how much the Catalans get compensated. The cash will be made by FIFA straight to the club, and the payout will stop the day he resumes training.

In the absence of Araujo and Kounde, Xavi will look to Andreas Christensen and Eric Garcia to fill in as the regular center-backs. This suggests that Gerard Pique, who has spent the majority of this season on the bench, will now play a larger part.

 

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