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PSG-Chambly: still without Ramos

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Before the reunion with the public next week in Orléans, PSG will face Chambly (National), this Saturday at 11 am, again behind closed doors, at the Camp des Loges. Like last Wednesday against Le Mans (National, 4-0 victory), fans of the capital club will therefore have to connect to Twitch (a live video streaming service) or to the club’s website, for a fee, to be able to attend. to this confrontation. For this second preparatory meeting, Mauricio Pochettino should rely on a group similar to the one called against Manceaux. PSG supporters will therefore have to wait a little longer before seeing Sergio Ramos’ first steps in his new jersey. The Spanish defender, often injured last season and regularly absent in recent months, continues his physical preparation at the Lodges camp.

In the same vein, Navas, Bernat, Dagba and Rafinha will undoubtedly be spared as last Wednesday. On the other hand, the staff reflected yesterday to reinstate Layvin Kurzawa and Ander Herrera. The French side was severely injured in the ankle during the trip to Rennes (1-1), on May 9, precipitating his end of the season. Victim of a sprain, he finally sees the end of the tunnel and could scratch a few minutes of play this Saturday before a possible departure from Paris this summer. The president of Galatasaray confirmed yesterday that his club and PSG are in contact for a transfer of the 28-year-old defender. “Layvin Kurzawa is a player we want,” Burak Elmas told Turkish media Haberturk. This even if the Istanbulites could hire Ezgjan Alioski, the Macedonian left-back free of any contract.

For his part, Herrera is also on track to find the land. The Spanish midfielder experienced calf pain during his vacation, but he is doing better and will certainly be able to fill the Parisian midfielder. An midfield where Ismael Gharbi, holder for the first time against Manceaux, should again be aligned. Author of a goal and a strike on the post against Le Mans, the young 17-year-old player (still not a professional) won over with his ball-to-foot technique and his initiative. This meeting will also be an opportunity to review the dynamic Achraf Hakimi. The Moroccan international did not miss his debut with Paris and even delivered an assist in 45 minutes of play. He too should start the game, before certainly giving way to the young shoots of the club.

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