The many absences (Verratti, Paredes, Florenzi, Bernat, Icardi, Kurzawa) push Mauricio Pochettino to expand his group with several young people from the training center.
About twenty players in total, including Danilo Pereira, are called up for the departure to Bavaria and Munich on Tuesday noon with a view to the quarter-final first leg of the Champions League, scheduled for Wednesday evening.
Among them, three newcomers: Kenny Nagera, Abdoulaye Kamara and Ismaël Gharbi.
Timothée Pembélé will also be on the trip, but the right side trained at PSG is more used to traveling with the pennant team.
Last test for Nagera, striker born in 2002, Kamara and Gharbi, two midfielders born in 2004: a PCR test which must be taken this Tuesday morning.
If the tests come back negative, they will board the plane to Munich.
This Monday, Kamara and Gharbi were already present with the Parisian group at the Camp des Loges for the last training session on French soil.
Their presence in the group will allow Mauricio Pochettino's staff to count on enough outfield players to work tactically one last time on the lawn of Bayern's Allianz Arena, Tuesday at 6 p.m.
The PSG will formalize its group Tuesday morning before boarding, at Le Bourget, in its private plane.