Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti has not played in a fixture for the club since its key league win against Angers. The Italian midfielder has been out of action due to a right quadriceps injury. Verratti was one of the key players on the side that missed action due to the team’s serious October injury. But now, PSG has a timeline in place for when the midfielder could make his long-awaited return to feature with the team.
PSG announced (via Le Parisien) that Verratti has made promising progress from his quadriceps injury. He is now projected to be back and available for manager Thomas Tuchel following the November international break. This rules out Verratti for the team’s upcoming fixtures against RB Leipzig and Stade Rennais. More so, the Italian national team may now choose to keep out the midfielder from its UEFA Nations League fixtures later this month.
With Verratti’s injury history as of late, the club has been careful with the midfielder’s recovery progress. But for now, the club hopes that he can make a full recovery by the time that Tuchel’s side is set to face AS Monaco following this month’s international break.
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