No bad news for PSG ahead of their clash with Le Havre this Sunday (13 p.m.). On the eve of their trip to the Stade Océane for the 14th matchday of Ligue 1, the capital club made its traditional squad review of its injured players.
The closest to resuming, Marquinhos, "continues his adapted programme". The Brazilian defender, who suffered a minor injury to his right hamstring with his national team on November 21, returned to action last Sunday before his teammates' draw against Newcastle in the Champions League (1-1). PSG had estimated the period of treatment of their captain at 10 days. The deadline has now run out... From there to apply for a place in the squad this Sunday?
Also injured during the international break, but more severely, Warren Zaire-Emery continues his "work with the medical staff" according to the club's statement. Injured in the right ankle, the young prodigy of the Parisian midfielder will be out until the end of 2023.
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As for the long-term absentees, Presnel Kimpembe is due to undergo a "surgical check-up in the coming days" after undergoing surgery on his Achilles tendon at the end of February. Portuguese left-back Nuno Mendes is continuing his "treatment protocol", the club announced. The only slight disappointment was that the fourth goalkeeper in the hierarchy, Alexandre Letellier, had to undergo tests following a "pain that occurred in training".