Ajaccio-PSG: Vitinha did not participate in recent training

On the eve of facing Ajaccio on the twelfth day of the French Ligue 1, Friday 21 October, the Parisians trained Thursday morning at Camp de Loge. Presnel Kimpembe was present. Injured hamstring on September 10 against Brest (1-0), the defender resumed training this week. “He’s done 100% of the sessions without any cuts, but he won’t be in the group,” Christoph Galtier said.

In turn, the absence of an important player was noted: Fitna. The Portuguese was not on the field with the rest of the group. However, the club has not announced any injury to its medical point. “He did a very specific job on the inside,” Christoph Galtier said. Then, individually, he was on the scales he needed to work on.”

Sunday resume for Mendes

Nuno Mendes and Danilo Pereira, who also have hamstrings, will not travel to Ajaccio. The two Portugal internationals were at the training center Thursday morning to continue their treatment indoors. The injury of the first is “developing positively,” according to his club. He will resume training on Sunday. The second must resume training “within 10 days,” according to the last medical point published by the Parisian club on Friday. So he could play again with the truce that would lead him to the World Cup in Qatar (November 20 – December 18) of his choice.

Ramos and Neymar comment. Given the circumstances, Christophe Galtier must put together a deeply reformed team against A.C. Ajaccio and must revamp the 4-3-3 that has proven itself against OM.

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A total of 20 off-field players took part in the session, including youngsters Ayman Curry, Warren Zaire-Emre, Shadaili Pichiabu and Ismail Gharbi, as well as left-backs Vimoges Monto and Mongo, 18, who has started training since Mendes’ injury. More and more regularly.

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