Neymar undergoes successful surgery on injured right foot

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The operation was declared a complete success.

Neymar became the most expensive player in the world when he joined PSG from Barcelona last summer for a fee of £198million.

Neymar may not be able to influence PSG's results on the pitch, but Henrique is adamant the 26-year-old will be able to play a pivotal role from the stands while he recovers. "In six weeks we will make a new evaluation", Rodrigo Lasmar said after performing the operation. This would put him uncomfortably close to the start of the World Cup on June 14, including missing two friendly warm-up games. Also present for the operation was PSG-designated French surgeon Gerard Saillant.

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The world's most expensive player was operated on by the Brazil national team doctor in Belo Horizonte to fix the fractured metatarsal and sprained ankle he suffered in last weekend's French league match against Olympique Marseille.

This season Neymar has scored 29 goals in 30 appearances for PSG across all competitions, while he has provided 15 assists.

The report said that Neymar was initially found to have suffered a minor fracture and that PSG were shocked to hear Lasmar say on Thursday that it was a serious break requiring a longer than expected recuperation.

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Earlier, Paris newspaper L'Equipe reported that PSG believe Lasmar lied about Neymar's condition.

They said: "Neymar is already in his room".

Neymar is supposedly hell-bent on making a full recovery from his injury to star for Brazil in Russian Federation, with surgery representing the best possible outcome for his foot in the long run.

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"There is absolutely no split, despite what was written".

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