Club: At least one of Paris Saint-Germain’s No. 9 players will play in the selection

Club: At least one of Paris Saint-Germain’s No. 9 players will play in the selection

While Marco Asensio, PSG’s striker for the last two matches, is hospitalized, PSG’s leading strikers, Gonzalo Ramos and Randall Colo-Mwani, should be able to play at the start of the week with their selection before joining Paris. Indeed, it is certain for the first mention.

At least one of the 18 PSG players who left for selection returned injured, which is bad news for PSG because he was one of the best starting players, namely centre-forward Marco Asensio, who remains with two goals and an assist in the latter. Two matches. As is always the case in football, misfortune for some creates happiness for others, and the team’s centre-forward position is now up for grabs, with very clear candidates.

Gonzalo Ramos will take Ronaldo’s place

Arriving in Paris at the beginning of August, Gonzalo Ramos played the first two days of La Liga as a starter, without scoring any goals but showing some good things, before suffering an injury. Asensio took advantage of his opportunity in the meantime, and the Portuguese came on as a substitute only in Lyon during the last match before the break (4-1), where he entered in the last 15 minutes in place of Asensio. The Portuguese will be able to regain his rhythm with the national team since his coach, Roberto Martinez, announced his starting participation in the next match.

The usual main player in the attack, Cristiano Ronaldo is suspended for the next Seleção match, and the new Parisian is the one who will play in his place: “Gonçalo Ramos has worked well during the week, so he will play on Monday against Luxembourg. » It is enough to accumulate a little game time before heading straight back to Paris Saint-Germain, with Nice welcoming them on Friday evening. Ramos will be at his home as the match will be held in his native Algarve.

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Kolo Mwani is fit and can play

Her main rival, recent Paris arrival Randall Kolo Mwani, is in a relatively similar position. He arrived in Paris with a minor ankle injury, and has not yet played a single minute in his new colors and did not play for the France national team last Friday against Ireland (2-0). But the new data from his coach is good and it stands to reason that playing time will arrive soon.

Didier Deschamps has assessed PSG’s new No.23 via Téléfoot: “He was already ready for Thursday’s match, but he only had one group training session. Yesterday (Saturday), he had a good session with those who played little or not at all. He is available for Tuesday. » And from there to play in Germany/France? This is very possible given the coach’s comments: “It will not be the same team. Which one exactly I don’t know myself, there are still training sessions. I will make some changes to the player rotation. »

With his departure from Eintracht Frankfurt complicated, it has been exactly two weeks since Kolo Mwani last played at a high level, with his last appearance for Frankfurt coming on August 27 at Mainz (1-1). Without playing in blue on Tuesday night in Germany, it’s hard to imagine he’ll start next Friday against Nice as that would effectively be three weeks without playing.

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