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Following the UEFA Champions League quarter-final draw, Bayern Munich finds itself grappling with numerous unfavorable circumstances. The club has recently endured setbacks with the injuries of two crucial players, Sacha Boey and Manuel Neuer.

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In the latest update, the reigning German champions disclosed that Boey, the Frenchman who joined Bayern from Galatasaray in the winter, has suffered a ligament tear in his left ankle during a training session. The medical team has projected his recovery to span several weeks, rendering him unavailable for action.

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Similarly, goalkeeper Neuer was called up by the German head coach, Nagelsmann, for preparations ahead of matches against France and Netherlands. However, his training stint was cut short due to a thigh injury. Neuer has since returned to Bayern for rehabilitation instead of remaining with the German squad.

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The exact timeline for Neuer’s recovery remains uncertain. The concurrent injuries to both him and Boey present a significant setback for the club, particularly in their pursuit of Champions League success this season. This development may provide Arsenal with an advantage over the German champions in their upcoming clash.

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