PSG: Verratti back in Paris, Italy deal sealed

The Italian suffers a leg injury after being struck in Lyon. The length of time he will be unavailable will not be reduced in any way.

Just about to leave, yet I’m already back. Marco Verratti has already returned to Paris after being called up to represent Italy in the upcoming League of Nations matches against England (September 23) and Hungary (September 26). The Italians who won the European championship in that category registered their package. On Monday, PSG will release more information on his current state of health. “Marco Verratti will return to Paris to continue his treatment with the medical staff of the Italian national team. We claim that he is the victim of a contusion with a deep calf hematoma and that he will seek treatment at the Paris Saint-Germain Training Center. We also specify that a “new point will be made soon.” The timetable for his comeback into the competition has not yet been set.

Verratti, who is 29 years old and plays for Paris Saint-Germain, has started all 11 of the club’s matches since the beginning of the season. However, he has only finished two of them. He suffered an injury late on Sunday evening while the team was winning 1-0 at Lyon on the eighth day of the Ligue 1 season. That’s a really strong blow,” Christophe Galtier had remarked after the meeting, with the Parisian coach thinking to himself, “worried.” To determine whether or not the “Little Owl” will be active following the international break for the welcoming of Nice, which will take place on September 1st. Vitinha, Fabian Ruiz, Danilo Pereira (frequently deployed behind), and even Carlos Soler, or Renato Sanches, when the latter has left the infirmary, were all players on whom Galtier could reliably rely if none of the others were available.

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