In fact, There is a great concern that among this endless list of injured, there are four who have suffered up to three injuries this season: Luis Suarez, that ended up having to operate, Jordi Alba, that leaves one to enter another (the first two because of the biceps femoral left leg, with relapse included, while the latter has been the adductor of the right leg), Ansu Fati, because of the patellar tendon while still growing, and Dembélé, a regular in this section since he signed for Barcelona three years ago.If we add to this plague of injuries that Quique Setién only has 18 first team players to face the rest of the season (Martin Braithwaite has been signed as a relief of Démbélé) we find a panorama as worrisome as desolate. The most serious cases have had to go through the operating room: the first was the goalkeeper Net, in full preseason, for a break in the scaphoid of the left hand, after Luis Suarez, by an arthroscopy in the external meniscus of the right knee and later I trembled, due to a rupture of the proximal tendon of the biceps femoris of the right leg. The truth is This season has been especially burdensome in the injured section. A total of 29 injuries and 16 players affected they are a difficult balance for any template, especially when in some cases, such as Luis Suárez, Jordi Alba and Ousmane Dembélé have suffered up to three injuries throughout this course. In fact, these three players, along with Sergi Roberto, will not be available for the next few weeks, and in the case of the French striker, already directly until next season.Starting the course with your best player, Leo Messi, injured, no longer presaged anything good. On August 5, in his first training, the Argentine crack had to withdraw from the session after suffering a break in the soleus of the right leg, which was aggravated with a subsequent relapse. From here the enumeration of injured by Barcelona has been endless. In fact, and to make it easier for the reader, There are only three players in the first team who have dodged injuries today: Sergio Busquets, Frenkie de Jong and Antoine Griezmann. The rest have had some mishaps, some minor as the case of Gerard Piqué, who suffered an overload in the right adductor just the week he was sanctioned, Rakitic, which dragged for a week discomfort in the Achilles tendon coinciding with the break by selections, or Ter Stegen, who was forced to stop two weeks for a right knee tendinopathy.