PSG is gearing up for the Trophee des Champions matchup against Toulouse scheduled for Wednesday at the Parc des Princes and the club has released the final injury report ahead of kick-off.
Ahead of this inaugural 2024 match, the team held a final training session ahead of the game and first of the calendar year on Tuesday at the PSG Campus in Poissy.
Keylor Navas and Ousmane Dembele, both sidelined of late due to recent injuries, participated in the training session along with the rest of their teammates and are expected back and available for manager Luis Enrique tomorrow.
Navas has been dealing with a lower back issue while Dembele recovered from some hamstring problems.
Additionally, Fabian Ruiz continued his rehabilitation process after suffering a shoulder injury back in November. Recently acquired defender Lucas Beraldo, aged 20, also joined the training with the senior team.
However, PSG will be without three players for the upcoming match, making it harder for them to win their first trophy of the 2023/24 season.
Presnel Kimpembe, who was unexpectedly missing from the team's medical update, is slated for surgery and will be out of action for several months. Call that a gaffe on PSG's side.
Nuno Mendes is currently in a recovery protocol and will keep training individually for the time being.
Finally, reserve goalie Arnau Tenas will miss the game against Toulouse to rest from a shoulder injury he suffered a few days ago.