Aston Villa midfielder Boubacar Kamara is probably to be out for about two months right after suffering knee ligament injury – putting his involvement in the World Cup in doubt.
The France international has been just one of Villa’s greatest performers considering that signing up for on a free transfer from Marseille in the summer time.
He experienced the harm in Villa’s 1- gain over Southampton final Friday.
“I am anxious about it,” Villa manager Steven Gerrard explained right after the match.
“It looks like each time we get 3 points it will come with a price.”
Kamara has three caps for France and had been called up for the latest spherical of Nations League matches before struggling the damage. The World Cup in Qatar gets under way in November.
Kamara’s injuries is a different blow for Villa, pursuing the harm to defender Diego Carlos, who ruptured his Achilles in his home debut in opposition to Everton in August.
The 29-year-old centre-again joined from Sevilla for £26m in June and experienced started Villa’s opening two Premier League fixtures.
Kamara’s France team-mate Lucas Digne is also established for a time period on the sidelines following suffering an ankle injuries in the Southampton match.