An Argentine superstar will not be able to resign from the Parc des Princes on Saturday, with South American stars having a clash with Clermont
Lionel Messi has delayed a home debut for Paris Saint-Germain, and Neymar is also ruled out of Mauricio Pochettino’s plans for a clash with Clermont on Saturday.
An Argentine superstar has had just 24 minutes of playing time since switching from Barcelona to Parc des Princes this summer. lonely excursion on the way to Reims.
Messi has since gone on to qualify for the World Cup, Pele’s record breaks as the South American with the highest score in men’s international football, and these efforts only came to an end on Thursday night.
What was said?
Because there is no way to get Messi, Neymar and Co back in his squad after trips to Argentina and Brazil, Pochettino should opt for alternative options.
The PSG boss told reporters about the electoral position he faces: “For the South American players, for a matter of common sense, [Leandro] Mure, Messi, [Angel] Di Maria, Neymar, they will not be there. ”
While a number of stellar innings against Clermont will be missed, they are expected to return to the battle on Wednesday for a Champions League group stage connection against Club Brugge.
Who else is missing for PSG?
Pochettino is currently dealing with the absence of a number of key men, while international artists have been lined up along the sidelines by those suffering untimely injuries.
Sergio Ramos, Marco Verratti, Colin Dagba, Juan Bernat, Layvin Kurzawa and Ismael Gharbi have all been ruled out in PSG’s latest fitness update.
There is some positive news for Pochettino, while Kylian Mbappe returns to training on Wednesday.
The World Cup winner was then forced out of France’s youngest team a knock in a meeting with Bosnia-Herzegovina on 1 September, but he is eager to go again.
Pochettino added: “Now Kylian is training with us, and we will see tomorrow if he is in the group.”
Presnel Kimpembe also left the French squad during the last round of action, but he is training again at club level with Argentine striker Mauro Icardi.