Brazilian midfielder deals with hamstring complaint and will not play any role in upcoming La Liga championships
Barcelona announced that Philippe Coutinho would be excluded for three weeks with a hamstring injury.
The Brazilian international will have to sit up for the upcoming matches of the club and country after damage to the femoral biceps in the left leg.
He was able to play fully for Barka in a match against Inter in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Coutinho finished 90 minutes in San Siro, providing help for Malcom in a 1: 1 draw in Milan.
He's going to leave the rest of the month after he picked up the knocking prematurely.
Declaration issued by Barca about them official website read: "Tests carried out on Thursday morning confirmed that Philippe Coutinho has a slight fracture in the left leg biceps.
"He will be outside for about two to three weeks."
If Coutinho is unable to recover quickly, he is unlikely to appear again in November.
As a result, he will be absent from the Champions League and Champions League matches, and he will lose his international duty.
Barcelona is to face Real Betis at Camp Nou on Sunday before domestic shares are closed again.
Coutinho would expect a connection to Brazil, offering him a chance to add to his 45 appearances, but he will not play in matches with Uruguay and Cameroon on November 16 and 20, respectively.
If he manages to shake off his ailment within two weeks, he can play a part in the collision with the La Liga at Atletico Madrid on November 24.
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This competition, however, can come too soon, like the European date with PSV in Eindhoven on November 28.
Barka's first expedition in December will make them the hosts of Villarreal, and they will hope that by then they will have Coutinho at their disposal.
Team Ernesto Valverde is currently at the top of the League classification and safely to the last 16 Champions League.