The FIFA international break is beginning to influence the UEFA Champions League quarterfinal matchup between Paris Saint-Germain and FC Bayern Munich.
Robert Lewandowski suffered a ligament stretch in his right knee, which has him out for four weeks, which means he’ll miss the Bavarian club’s two fixtures against Les Parisiens.
Meanwhile, Marco Verratti will undergo medical exams to determine the severity of his thigh injury and whether it will cause him to miss at least the first-leg. Furthermore, Alessandro Florenzi has picked up an injury while on international duty as he dealt with muscle fatigue.
Then there’s Abdou Diallo, who’s currently playing for Senegal and is another PSG player who will be dealing with an injury. According to Wiwsport, the 24-year-old wasn’t on the squad that would take on Eswatini. The media outlet reveals that the defender is dealing with “physical problems.”
Diallo will head to Paris, and the club will have to perform further medical evaluations to determine what’s wrong with Diallo. The club will be hopeful that it’s nothing serious and hope he’ll be ready for their Champions League clash against Bayern Munich. Abd
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