PSG-Lille: several executives absent against Lille and uncertain against Bayern

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PSG will have to compose without Marco Verratti, Danilo Pereira, Layvin Kurzawa or Mauro Icardi this Saturday for the shock of the 31st day of Ligue 1 between PSG and Lille (5 p.m. at the Parc des Princes). They are also uncertain for the Champions League quarter-final first leg against Bayern Munich on Wednesday at the Allianz Arena (live on RMC Sport 1).

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The infirmary fills up at the worst time for PSG. The French champions will have to do without several important players this Saturday for the shock of the 31st day of Ligue 1 against Lille at the Parc des Princes (kick off at 5 p.m.). The international break did not spare Marco Verratti and Danilo Pereira. The Italian international, who left his selection prematurely to join Paris, suffers from a contusion to his left thigh. He is forfeited against the Mastiffs and uncertain against Bayern Munich for the quarter-final first leg of the Champions League on Wednesday evening (at 9 p.m. live on RMC Sport 1).

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Verratti, Pereira, Icardi and Kurzawa absent against Lille

A new medical point will be made in 48 hours for Marco Verratti, Danilo Pereira and Layvin Kurzawa. The Portuguese suffers from a contusion to his left calf. The former FC Porto player is forfeited for Lille. This will also be the case for Layvin Kurzawa. The left-back, who remained in the capital during the international break, is in care for muscle pain in the calves. Mauro Icardi will not participate in the match against Lille either. But the Argentine center forward continued his recovery work this Friday after his left thigh injury.

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A doubt for Florenzi

Finally, a decision will be taken on Saturday morning for right-back Alessandro Florenzi, who also returned to Paris earlier after being in selection with Italy. “We will see tomorrow morning (Saturday) if he is fit to play or be in the squad,” said Mauricio Pochettino, who did not wish to project himself on the shock against Bayern. “We will see the evolution of the injured from day to day,” concludes the Argentine coach.

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