PSG have just published a full medical update on their squad and the news is not good: Verratti will miss four weeks of competition, Mbappé is sick and Ramos sees his return being postponed.
The match in Marseille will have been expensive for PSG, and not only because of the expulsion of Achraf Hakimi. Left before half-time due to a blow to the hip given by Matteo Guendouzi, Marco Verratti suffer “A deep lesion of the oblique muscles. An unavailability of 4 weeks is foreseen according to the evolution ”, said the PSG. In other words, the Italian midfielder is already forfeited for Leipzig / PSG and may be fair for Manchester City / PSG which takes place in four weeks exactly.
[MAJ 17h] The specialist account Injury Mechanisms explained Verratti’s injury via a diagram:
Also holder in Marseille, Kylian Mbappé did not come back injured but the attacker is “Victim of an ENT infection” and we will have to wait 48 hours to find out more about his condition, and therefore his availability for PSG / Lille. A meeting that Sergio Ramos will not play for sure since, even if his “Take-back program is progressing very well”, to “Continuous resumption with the group could be considered in the course of next week. “
The only good news, “The evolution of the grade 3 lesion of Leandro’s left quadriceps Walls is satisfactory ” and a comeback after the next international break is still relevant.
The full point of PSG:
- In the aftermath of a shock received in the last match, Marco Verratti suffers from the left hip with a deep lesion of the oblique muscles. An unavailability of 4 weeks is expected, depending on the evolution.
- Kylian Mbappé is the victim of an ENT infection. A point will be made in 48 hours.
- The evolution of Sergio’s takeover program Ramos, coordinated by the medical staff, is progressing very well. Continuous resumption with the group may be considered in the course of next week.
- The evolution of the grade 3 lesion of Leandro’s left quadriceps Walls is satisfactory, in accordance with the expectations of the medical staff. The return to competition is scheduled after the next international break.