Injured in the right quadriceps since the beginning of January, PSG midfielder Marco Verratti had been absent from the Parisian team until now. After appearing in a game for the last time on New Year's game against Lens (1-0), the maestro has not graced a football pitch with PSG ever since.
On Wednesday, though, PSG welcomed Marco Verratti back to the training ground at Camp des Loges where he could be seen with the rest of his teammates.
The midfielder seems to have recovered and has trained normally with the rest of the group for the last few hours appearing to complete all sessions prepared by coach Christophe Galtier without suffering any health issues.
Marco Verratti trained on Wednesday, Lionel Messi will follow him soon
PSG made sure to publish more than a few pictures of Wednesday's session on different social networks, pretty much confirming his "official" comeback. This should also confirm Verratti's availability for the upcoming matches to be played by Paris Saint-Germain starting next Sunday at the Parc des Princes against Reims.
The Italy international participated in different training exercises, including on-ball drills and dribbling routines alone and with the rest of the group.
The month of February looks hella murderous for PSG with matchups against Olympique Marseille, Monaco, and the first leg of the Champions League Round of 16 against Bayern Munich taking place on Valentine's Day. You bet PSG will do well having good little Marco Verratti back manning the midfield.