There are a lot of players who are big insurance risk, and it’s a very good thing.
The fact that they’re not on the field can make a big difference to how they perform.
If a player is getting a lot injured, they might need a lot more medical attention.
If they’re in the same position as a competitor, they can be injured more often, as can players who don’t need the extra help.
But as a whole, we think the big players should get the benefit of the doubt.
We also think there are plenty of players out there who aren’t getting the treatment they need.
So we’re looking at how we can make sure these players don’t get hurt.
The bigger the risk, the more we need to look at things that could be done.
But that doesn’t mean we can ignore the smaller risk players.
So which player has the biggest risk?
Let’s go over the big four players who need to get treatment and who could be on the verge of needing surgery.
Lionel Messi – Lionel Messi needs surgery because he has an ACL tear and another knee injury.
It could potentially be more serious, and could cost him a lot.
But this injury is minor compared to Messi’s ACL tear.
So it’s not as big a risk as a torn ACL or knee.
Cristiano Ronaldo – Ronaldo needs surgery after tearing his ACL.
He could be out for a few months.
However, it is a minor injury, so it won’t cost him too much.
Ronaldo has already undergone surgery on his knee and is expected to be out a few weeks.
Neymar – Neymar has a torn Achilles tendon.
It has limited his playing time, but it is not as severe as Ronaldo’s ACL.
So he is not out for long.
Cristian Ronaldo – Cristian has torn a hamstring.
He’s also had a torn calf.
However he’s not out long.
Ronaldo is a player who has had multiple surgeries in the past, and there is a lot to worry about.
He might be out even longer.
Yaya Toure – Toure has had an Achilles tendon injury and has not been able to play for at least four weeks.
He will need surgery to repair the tendon.
This injury is more severe than Ronaldo’s, so he will likely be out longer.
Lionel Suarez – Suarez has a broken finger and is likely to be sidelined for a while.
However there is no timetable for his return.
It is not a serious injury, but Suarez has not played since March 12.
Diego Costa – Costa has torn his ACL, but he is out for the remainder of the season.
This will be the third major injury for Costa.
However Costa has not had surgery, so the timeline is less of a concern.
Radamel Falcao – Falcão tore his ACL last year, and this year he has torn the hamstring.
Falcá has been out for nearly two months.
This could be a major setback for Falcó, who is a huge target for United.
Javier Mascherano – Mascherino has had a broken foot, which he has not yet been able the return to full training.
This would be a huge setback for Maschera, who has been at the heart of United’s attacking play.
Juan Mata – Mata is a big target for Jose Mourinho, and Mourinho has not missed a beat to keep his options open.
However Mata has not undergone surgery, and his availability will depend on whether he needs it. 11.
Sergio Ramos – Ramos has had two torn Achilles tendons, and he has been unable to play since March.
Ramos could be sidelined longer than the others.
Sergio Aguero – Aguero has torn an Achilles tendinitis tendon, and the Spanish striker has not participated in any training.
Cristiane will have surgery to fix a torn hamstring.
Javier Hernandez – Hernandez has torn both of his Achilles tendins, and has yet to play in the Premier League this season.
Yannick Bolasie – Bolasier tore his Achilles tendon in the first game of the 2015-16 season, and Bolasies absence has made him unavailable.
Yohan Cabaye – Cabaye tore both of the tendons in his right hamstring.
The Cameroonian has yet the return of his full fitness, but is out of the matchday squad.
Kevin Strootman – Strootmans Achilles tendon has been torn, and Stroot has yet another injury.
Alex Sandro – Sandro tore both tendons during a training session last season.
Cristhian will need a knee surgery after injuring his left knee in the final game of last season’s Champions League.
Luka Modric – Modric tore his ligament in the Champions League last season, but hasn’t been able a return to the pitch.
Javi Martinez – Martinez tore his right Achilles tendon