Barcelona to hold meeting on Dembele's never-ending injuries
Barcelona hierarchy have allegedly held a meeting to consider the accurate reason for Ousmane Dembele's never-ending injuries since arriving at the club.
Dembele, bought from Borussia Dortmund in the area of £120m in 2017, will miss 10 weeks of activity because of his thigh damage.
The winger, with only netting 17 goals since joining Barcelona, has endured six injuries in 2019, three of them happening after August.
As per Marca, sporting manager Eric Abidal is going to meet Barcelona's therapeutic group to break down potential causes behind the perpetual issues.
However, some asserted that Dembele's way of life decisions like playing computer games late at night without getting the necessary rest time and poor dietary patterns were the reasons behind the issue.
However, since then, Dembele has improved his diet and trains well with specific exercises to avoid injury relapses.
While the accurate reasons stay hazy, it has been conjectured that Dembele's issues could be because of the pressure of training, with his right leg indicating inflammation even before the last injury.
Staff anticipate that he will not be able to play for four to five weeks, however, there is no formal deadline, and Dembele will be hoping to come back for the Supercopa de Espana.