Paris Saint-Germain’s October injury crisis is now looking to finally be a thing of the past. For one, midfielder Marco Verratti has now fully recovered from his respective injury, according to a report from Le Parisien.
Verratti returned from the October international break with what was first initially deemed as a quad injury. He has not played in any of the team’s fixtures since first suffering the injury and was also held out by the Italian national team from its UEFA Nations League games this month. But after taking time to rehab the injury over the past couple of weeks, Verratti is now deemed to be healthy and fit for in-game action.
The report also provided updates on three other players. Pablo Sarabia has been recovering from a muscle injury but recently took part in a collective training session with the team. On the other hand, both Mauro Icardi (knee) and Moise Kean (knee) are doubts for the team’s upcoming fixture against AS Monaco due to their respective injuries.
At the least, PSG is continuing to receive good news regarding the injury statuses of its players.
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