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Lens-PSG: Sergio Ramos, victim of muscle fatigue, is forfeited

While Sergio Ramos was absent from training this Friday morning, on the eve of the trip to Lens, this Saturday, 9 p.m., for the 17th day of Ligue 1, the mid-day medical statement gives the reasons: “Spaniard” whose workload has been adapted for muscle fatigue following the resumption in competition will resume training with the group on Sunday “.

Ramos remained on a promising first appearance in the Parisian jersey, in Saint-Etienne (1-3), last Sunday. He was then left to rest and arranged for the match against Nice (0-0) on Wednesday at the Parc. Even before his return to the field, the duration of his unavailability and the relapses of his calf injuries in particular, had raised questions about his ability to be able to again chain matches, at 35 years old.

In addition, Ander Herrera is still in this list of withdrawn players. Touched during the match at Manchester City, the Spanish midfielder “whose development is favorable will resume training on Sunday”, indicates the club.

For his part, Julian Draxler (thigh) “continues the race and his care for a resumption of training scheduled between 2 and 3 weeks”.

As for Neymar, he naturally also appears in the medical bulletin. He is continuing his care for his sprained left ankle with ligament injuries which he suffered in Saint-Etienne. His initial unavailability was set between six and eight weeks. This Friday, the PSG indicates that “his sprain will require new examinations in the middle of next week in order to specify the duration of his unavailability”.

The Parisian group records the return of Wijnaldum. As for Presnel Kimpembe, released as a precaution against Nice (0-0), he is there.

Note that for this meeting, Parisian supporters will be banned in Lens by decision of the prefecture. Last season, on the road during the second day, for the first match of the season after Final 8, PSG lost 1-0 to Félix-Bollaert.

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