A package from Arkadiuss Milik was in the pipeline for this Sunday’s clash between PSG and OM. But the Marseille striker still has a chance to make it to the group. Back in training, Pole saw his coach Jorge Sampaoli keep hope this Saturday.
Olympique de Marseille will need their best players to take on the PSG Armada this Sunday at the Parc des Princes (8:45 pm). If there should be Dmitry Payet, William Saliba or Boubacar Kamara, the presence of Arkadius Milik is very uncertain. But all this is not impossible, if we believe the speeches of the Olympians.
The striker has not played since returning to Marseille, suffering a thigh injury during his last meeting with Poland last March. Announced by L’Equipe for the match against the Parisians, Pole can finally make his return in time to help his men.
Thus Milik returned to training this Saturday. Judging by the statements of Jorge Sampaoli and Valentin Rongier as players, Marseille fans can still expect the presence of a “great striker” in the group.
Sampaoli: ‘He feels so much better’
If the second in Ligue 1 has been able to get by in the conference league and championship without its star scorer, the latter’s appearance against PSG will be a priceless asset for Sampaoli. In front of the press, Argent was also reassuring, while leaving some doubts about his presence in the group: “He feels much better there, and we’ll see if he can be in the group tomorrow, he said. Injury expectation.” was more serious than that.”
Like fans of the club, Valentin Rongier hopes his teammate will have recovered enough to help him take some points at the Parc des Princes: “We don’t know yet whether Milik will be away, it Will be decided at the last minute, but we hope he will be with us.” Recall that during the previous opposition between the two teams at the velodrome last October (0–0), the element with seven league goals thought they had opened the scoring, but their goal was denied for an offside position. .