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list of players absent from the FIFA World Cup

 The injuries of the stars of the teams participating in the FIFA World Cup to be launched in Qatar this month, the latest of which is the injury of Senegalese star Sadio Mane, Tuesday, in the Bayern Munich match against Werder Bremen in the German Football League, which ended with the Bavarian victory 6-1.

And the French sports newspaper, L'Equipe, revealed on Wednesday that Mane will be absent from the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, due to the injury he sustained on Tuesday in the Werder Bremen match.

The following is a list of players absent from the FIFA World Cup in Qatar due to injury:

1. Fawaz Al-Qarni (Saudi Arabia)

Fawaz Al-Qarni, the Saudi national team goalkeeper, was injured during the Saudi national team camp in Abu Dhabi, and his Al-Shabab club announced on October 31 that he had undergone a successful surgery, and reports stated that he would be absent for several months.

2. Paul Pogba (France)

Pogba injured his knee during pre-season and underwent surgery last September to treat a meniscus injury.

The 29-year-old player resumed training, but on October 31, his agent said that the midfielder would not return to playing with Juventus or world champion France before the World Cup in Qatar.

3. N'Golo Kante (France)

The Chelsea midfielder's hopes have been dealt a major blow during his recovery from a hamstring injury that has forced him to make two matches this season. He will be out for 4 months after undergoing surgery.

4. Timo Werner (Germany)

Germany striker Timo Werner, 26, injured his ankle in the first half during Leipzig's 4-0 victory over Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League group stage, and he will be out until the end of 2022.

Players likely to recover

Here is a list of players likely to recover before the tournament begins:

1. Son Heung-min (South Korea)

Tottenham Hotspur striker Son suffered a broken face after a tackle in the air with Chancel Mbemba during a Champions League match with Olympique Marseille. Tottenham said the striker will have to undergo surgery to fix the fracture.

2. Romelu Lukaku (Belgium)

Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku injured his hamstring again after returning after a two-month absence.

The 29-year-old player, Belgium's top scorer, played only 29 minutes in two matches before he suffered a setback due to an injury.

3. Paulo Dybala (Argentina)

Roma coach Jose Mourinho said the Argentine player suffered a "very difficult" thigh injury when he was on his way to taking a penalty against Lecce.

4. Kyle Walker (England)

The Manchester City defender underwent successful hip surgery at the start of last October, and the 32-year-old said he was confident of going back in time before traveling to Qatar.

5. Calvin Phelps (England)

The Manchester City midfielder has missed out with a shoulder problem, but he may be back before the World Cup.

6. Ronald Araujo (Uruguay)

The Barcelona defender preferred to undergo thigh surgery at the end of last September, and said he had made the decision to get back in shape "as soon as possible".