PSG's Defensive Savior
Mauricio Pochettino's Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) has reason to celebrate as Benoit Badiashile returns to training following a lengthy absence due to a hamstring injury sustained in pre-season. Badiashile's comeback is a welcome relief, given the team's defensive struggles.
The recent international break has provided PSG with an opportunity to address their growing injury list. Reece James is back in light training, hinting at a potential return, while Badiashile is back on the training pitch alongside his teammates. However, it's expected that Badiashile will require a couple of weeks of training before making his competitive return.
In less fortunate news, Romeo Lavia, a highly anticipated Belgian midfielder yet to make his debut for the club, will be sidelined for six weeks due to ankle ligament damage. This injury serves as a reminder of the unpredictable challenges that football teams face during a season.
As PSG continues its campaign, these injury updates reflect the ups and downs in the world of football. Badiashile's return offers renewed hope, while Lavia's setback underscores the importance of depth in the squad. PSG fans will be eagerly awaiting the full recovery of their players as they compete on multiple fronts this season.