After a prolonged absence spanning four months, Nordi Mukiele has made his return to traininng with the rest of his PSG teammates as reported by RMC Sport and shared by Fabrice Hawkins on his Twitter account on Wednesday.
This reentry marks a significant step forward following his hamstring injury and subsequent surgery on April 11 in Finland. Over the past months, a meticulous rehabilitation regimen has been pursued, culminating in his reintegration.
In the lead-up to the recent clash against Lorient, Mukiele gradually transitioned from individual training to group sessions, exhibiting a steady progression in his recovery process, according to reports.
While this return doesn't mean the France international will be available to play for PSG in their next matchup against Toulouse this upcoming weekend, it serves as a promising step toward his future short-term availability.
Expressing his elation, the defender took to Instagram, stating, "Back with the team 😁🃏," accompanied by a photo capturing his camaraderie with teammates on the PSG Campus.
With Mukiele's return, PSG's head coach Luis Enrique will soon have the chance of welcoming him back into the fold to bolster a left-side part of the defensive line that currently only boast two players: newcomer Lucas Hernandez and soon-to-be-sold Juan Bernat.