Sergi Roberto out for three to four weeks
Barcelona have revealed that Sergi Roberto, who did not play a single minute in the 5-0 win against Eibar on Saturday, has suffered a muscle injury in the adductor of his right thigh.
As such, the Catalan club expect the versatile player to be out for the next three to four weeks, so he will be unavailable to feature against the likes of Napoli, Real Madrid and Real Sociedad.
It also means that Sergi Roberto will not be able to play for Spain during the next international break, which is the last one before the European Championship gets underway in the summer.
Sergi Roberto was clearly a big part of Quique Setien's plans as the new coach has relied on the Catalan fairly regularly since taking charge, while his absence means that Nelson Semedo will be the undisputed starter at right-back for the next few weeks.
A further consequence of Sergi Roberto being unavailable is that Junior Firpo will likely start at left-back in the big games, with Semedo having filled in for the former Real Betis player in the absence of Jordi Alba in the past.