Achraf Hakimi was not summoned to the group that faced Augsburg on Wednesday at the Source stadium in Orléans (Loiret) and had a hard time winning (2-1).
The 22-year-old right-back, recruited against € 60m (excluding bonus) at Inter Milan in early July, had already had to forfeit last Saturday against Chambly (2-2).
In question, a positive test for the coronavirus carried out last Thursday at the Camp des Loges.
The capital club has never officially communicated on the two positive cases, since the young Édouard Michut also contracted Covid-19 at the end of last week.
But the two players were immediately placed in solitary confinement as required by the protocol of the Ministry of Health.
This provides for 10 days of isolation for anyone affected by the virus.
However, Hakimi, who already had the Covid a few months ago, was back at the Lodges camp on Tuesday as the Moroccan himself let it be known on one of his social networks.
The staff take all their time with Ramos
At PSG, it is argued that the player has no symptoms of the disease, that he was very quickly tested negative and that he trains individually. The former Real Madrid, also passed through Dortmund, is therefore not in contact with the rest of the group and respects barrier gestures. As initially planned, Hakimi is likely to return to collective training this Sunday or at the very beginning of next week.
In all likelihood, the Moroccan side should therefore miss the match against Genoa on Saturday even if we can not be too careful after his express return to training. It is also difficult to pronounce on the presence of Sergio Ramos next Saturday. The Spaniard did not participate in the match against Augsburg, and the Parisian staff are taking all their time so that his new 35-year-old central defender regains all his physical capacities after a last season marred by injuries.