Ten absent and perhaps an eleventh after training this Tuesday at Camp des Loges.
On the eve of PSG - Strasbourg Wednesday at 9 p.m., 17th day of L1, the capital club communicated on its cohort of injured.
Will miss the call against the Alsatians: Presnel Kimpembe, Layvin Kurzawa, Alessandro Florenzi, Leandro Paredes, Danilo Pereira, Neymar, Pablo Sarabia, Mauro Icardi, Abdou Diallo and Juan Bernat.
These are some of the absent.
There is also a big doubt for Kylian Mbappé.
As announced on the Parisian this Monday, the world champion can only appear on the sidelines this Wednesday.
"A point will be made after today's training for Kylian Mbappé in delicacy with the left adductors following the match against Lorient," said the press release from PSG.
The attacker is not able to play a whole game and playing him carries a risk of aggravating his illness.
Two months before the match against Barcelona in the round of 16 of the Champions League, Paris is taking all the necessary precautions.
The ten injured players
The PSG medical point thus details the states of the ten injured players.
“Presnel Kimpembe (hamstrings): his return to competition is evaluated between 3 and 4 weeks depending on progress.
“Layvin Kurzawa (hamstrings): will be back to competition within 2 and 3 weeks.
“Alessandro Florenzi (ankle): suffers from a sprained left ankle and his return to competition will be specified in the coming days.
“Leandro Paredes (hip): he suffers from his right hip and he will not be available for the match against Strasbourg.
“Danilo Pereira (hamstrings): upper hamstring injury, he will be back in competition in January.
“Neymar JR (ankle): in the aftermath of the left ankle sprain mechanism, there is an area of bone contusion for which he continues his care in Ooredoo
(Editor's note: the Lodge camp)
His return to competition is planned for January.
“Pablo Sarabia (hamstrings): he resumed with the group at the start of the week.
“Mauro Icardi (adductors): favorable evolution after his injury to the adductors.
The resumption of collective training is planned after the winter break.
“Abdou Diallo (hamstrings): he will resume training with the group when he resumes in January.
“Juan Bernat (knee): he continues his rehabilitation and his individual program.
The infirmary has never been so packed as it is now this season.