Neymar has returned to PSG's first-team training activities this summer and he is feeling positive about his recovery progress, according to L'Equipe.
Despite the staff's cautious approach in bringing Neymar back to action, the Brazilian star is eager to get back on the field. It is anticipated that he could make a comeback in Tuesday's match against Inter Milan.
Following his ankle surgery, Neymar has undergone an extensive rehabilitation process. Initially expected to return around mid-September, he has cleared the initial predictions, leading to his inclusion in the team's tour in Japan.
With Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe no longer members of the club, PSG needed a prominent figure for the tour, and although Neymar was absent in the draws against Al-Nassr (0-0) and the loss against Osaka (3-2), he was close to making his first appearance and he was still gathering crowds of fans off the field.
As mentioned by L'Equipe, Neymar may soon play under the management of Luis Enrique, as soon, in fact, as today in the game against Inter Milan in Japan. The upcoming match against Inter will serve as a significant test for PSG and Neymar's progress in the event he makes a cameo.
Meanwhile, Renato Sanches, who is set to depart from the club, had to cut short his training session. The Portuguese midfielder's tenure at PSG, which began with a €15m transfer last summer to bring the midfielder to Paris, is widely seen as a failure due to his limited contributions for PSG throughout the time he was available last season.
On a brighter note, Lee Kang-In has returned to group sessions (along with Layvin Kurzawa) after impressing in the victory against Le Havre (2-0) at the PSG Campus. He had been sidelined due to an injury but is now expected to return to the field soon.