Paris Saint Germain (PSG) strikers, Edinson Cavani and Kylian Mbappe, will both be out for four weeks after sustaining injuries in their last Ligue UN match against Toulouse.
They both came off during Sunday's 4-0 Ligue 1 win over Toulouse, with the Uruguayan Cavani sustaining a hip injury and Frenchman, Mbappe, picking up a hamstring problem.
Both players will miss at least two league games for the French champions, Mbappe. The 20-year-old France international has scored one goal and assisted in one. He has fitted perfectly into the PSG squad over the years. He has also proven to be an integral player for PSG.
32-year-old Uruguayan, Edinson Cavani, has accumulated two goals in the opening two matches in Ligue Un, one more than Mbappe, but has no assist to his name so far. Cavani is in contention to be fit in time for PSG's opening Champions League group match on September 17 and 18.
Neymar, who is currently in the middle of a transfer saga between Real Madrid and Barcelona, seems to have lost the confidence of the PSG staunch supporters, as he has been booed already by the Le Parc de Princes fans. Neymar, Angel Di Maria and Jean Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting will be expected to fill in the front three attack positions in the absence of the duo, Mbappe and Cavani.