Following an intense European game against AC Milan on Wednesday, the medical team at Parc des Princes reported no new injuries impacting the team ahead of their next Ligue 1 game this weekend.
Wednesday's win against Milan marked a significant victory for PSG on all fronts, as they earned three points, defeated a historic team, but also nearly sealed their qualification for the knockout stages of the Champions League.
On top of that, Le Parisien reported on Friday that no injuries were noted in the PSG vs. AC Milan matchup.
The absence of major injuries means the shelves of PSG still accommodate the same four players that we already knew about.
Keylor Navas, dealing with minor lower back issues, is not expected to hit the field as the backup goalkeeper and won't do even less with an injury.
Presnel Kimpembe is still a few weeks away from full recovery, while Nuno Mendes requires a few more months, despite his recent return to the PSG Campus following a thigh operation.
In the particular case of Marco Asensio, the Spaniard has kept his personal training schedule with individual ball sessions, a routine that he repeated on Thursday.
Although PSG issued a medical update on Asensio, there seems to be no significant progress on his front, with the Spain international undergoing the same training regimen already reported over a week ago and still recovering from his mid-term injury suffered earlier this season.