The weekend will therefore not have been dark from start to finish.
In the aftermath of the draw (1-1) torn from Lens, after a once again disappointing performance, PSG was, at least, entitled to some good news on Sunday morning at the Camp des Loges.
Absent from training on Friday, on the eve of the Parisians' trip to Artois, Sergio Ramos resumed training on Sunday as planned. Established last weekend in Saint-Etienne for the first time since the semi-final of the Champions League lost to Chelsea with Real Madrid on May 5, the Spaniard was left to rest three days later during the reception from Nice to Parc des Princes. Victim, according to the medical press release from the Parisian club, of muscle fatigue, the defender had been reserved a workload program adapted to the efforts requested by his return to competition.
Failing to have been able to do it for the duels against the Aiglons and the Sang-et-Or, the Parisian number 4 could, if Mauricio Pochettino and the medical staff deem fit, seek a return to the group on Tuesday for the arrival of Bruges , 6:45 p.m., at the Parc des Princes.
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On the other hand, it will be more difficult for Ander Herrera to nurture the same ambitions on Tuesday during the last group match of the Champions League.
Hit in a thigh during the trip to Manchester City, the Spanish midfielder has certainly also resumed training as planned this Sunday morning.
But after ten full days away from the collective, he will undoubtedly be too fair in the eyes of his trainer to return to the Parisian group.
An appointment that will also miss Julian Draxler, who continues his care for the resumption of training following his thigh injury, and Neymar, who treats his left ankle affected last Sunday in Saint-Etienne.