Kheira Hamraoui will once again be a part of the Parisian group after first undergoing several weeks of individual training at the request of the club.
This summer, Kheira Hamraoui decided to remain with Paris Saint-Germain and has expressed a desire to see out the final year of his contract. A spokeswoman for PSG confirmed the information that was reported by RMC and Le Parisien to AFP. The spokesperson stated that Kheira Hamraoui will soon be made accessible to the coach. As a result, she will be able to resume her workouts alongside the other members of the group. It has not been determined at this time whether or not Paris Saint-Germain will give Kheira Hamraoui another opportunity to play in this season. However, the midfielder can already consider this to be the first step toward getting back into game action.
However, it will be important to find out whether or not the Parisiennes will count on Hamraoui in the upcoming matches under their new coach Gérard Prêcheur. In a recent interview with the publication L’Equipe, the technician stated his belief that Hamraoui did not have “the profile in respect to (his) orientations and (his) gaming idea.”
Kheira Hamraoui endured a difficult season in 2021-2022 as a result of the violent attack she endured in November 2021 at the hands of two masked men armed with iron bars. The attack took place in the presence of her former teammate Aminata Diallo, whose contract with the Parisian club was not extended.
After the affair began, Hamraoui’s relationships with certain members of the locker room worsened, particularly with the two individuals who were responsible for the attacks, Marie-Antoinette Katoto and Kadidiatou Diani.
It is believed that Aminata Diallo was the one who sponsored the attack on Kheira Hamraoui, which took place against the backdrop of a sporting rivalry. On Friday, she was indicted for “aggravated violence” and “criminal association” and detained in pre-trial prison because of these allegations.
Last Monday, Hamraoui sought the assistance of a bailiff to get his sports sidelining recognized, as he is currently under contract until 2023.