Hitting or packing against Saint-Etienne, Nuno Mendes and Achraf Hakimi resumed the race with the Parisian group on Tuesday. If the Portuguese performs well and should have been present against Nice on Saturday, the Moroccan’s situation will be a bit more complicated. Sergio Ramos, is still hoping to face Real Madrid.
Relief on the side of the capital. On Saturday, against Saint-Etienne (3-1), PSG received some bad news. The first: the surprise expulsion of Ashraf Hakimi, injured in the quadriceps muscle, which requires a rest of 48-72 hours on the side, and the second: the exit on the injury of Nuno Mendes, affected by the knee. If the Paris club does not release details about the Portugal international, the latest news is reassuring.
According to Le Parisien newspaper, the left side resumed training on Tuesday, like all of his teammates, after two days of rest following the success at home in front of the Greens. Embarrassing his knee, the player on loan from Sporting participated in the entire tournament. According to the daily Ile-de-France, Paris Saint-Germain was not at all worried about the condition of Nuno Mendes, who is progressing naturally for a trip to Nice on Saturday evening (9 pm) as part of the 27th day of the French League, and thus to Madrid next Wednesday to return Eighth.
For Achraf Hakimi, the situation is more delicate. If he resumes racing with the group at Camp des Loges on Tuesday, the quadriceps of the right side, which has already prevented him from playing against Saint-Etienne, are the subject of all precautions. According to Le Parisien, the development of the defect will be closely scrutinized in the coming days. His presence against Nice on Saturday is in question as it could give him rhythm but also make him relapse and thus be out of Madrid.
Other players returning from injury also resumed running. Ander Herrera and Leandro Paredes were at the Camp de Loges on Tuesday but they were too fair to take part in group training. Sergio Ramos is scheduled to resume midweek and does not rule out his presence against Real Madrid, although that is also not guaranteed, and according to Le Parisien, the Spanish defender is doing his best to face his former club.