Barcelona are without emerging talent for Tottenham clash.
Tottenham travel to face Barcelona at the Nou Camp next week with their Champions League qualification hopes hanging by a thread.
They need to get an equal or better result away at Barcelona, than what Inter Milan manage at home to PSV Eindhoven.
Barcelona have lost Brazilian forward Malcom to an ankle injury for the next fortnight, SkySports report.
The La Liga giants paid £36.5 million to sign Malcom from Bordeaux in the summer. Tottenham had been reported as being interested before that move.
After a slow start, Malcom was beginning to carve out a role, playing in each of Barcelona's last five games. He scored their goal in the 1-1 draw with Inter.
It remains to be seen whether his injury impacts Tottenham in a positive or negative way.
Barcelona are already qualified, and will rotate their side against Spurs.
Malcom was a player who likely would have been elevated from a substitute to a starter.
Now he is out, Barcelona have to decide whether to replace him with a player further down the pecking order, or play one of their regular, more dangerous starters.