Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Christophe Galtier, coach of French club Paris Saint-Germain, revealed the timing of Lionel Messi’s return to the team, after he crowned his country with the World Cup Qatar 2022.
The Argentine star is going through a period of rest, after he finished his participation in the largest world championships, during which he was chosen as the best player, and he also won the most expensive title with “Tango”.
And the coach of the Parisian club spoke in press statements before the resumption of the French League competition, saying: “After the victory and celebrations in Argentina, we decided that Messi would return at the beginning of January. He would join us on the second or third day to start playing with us again,” according to the “Euro Sport” website. .
Lionel Messi will miss his team’s confrontation with Strasbourg, in the sixteenth week of (La Liga 1) competitions, while Galtier confirmed the readiness of Kylian Mbappe and Neymar da Silva for this match.
While the position of Moroccan Ashraf Hakimi is similar to his colleagues, as he joined the ranks of Paris Saint-Germain immediately after the end of his participation with the “Atlas Lions” in the World Cup.
“Hakimi played in every game of his World Cup and wanted to come back to join us as soon as possible,” Christophe Galtier said. “Just like Kylian, who played well in every game, decided to come back quickly, that doesn’t mean he won’t be there.” A moment when they have to take some time to recover.”
And Galtier concluded: “Neymar is training normally, without restrictions, he is training well, the injury is healing, mentally, he wants to play, so everything is going well.”
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