On the eve of the Champions League round of 16 against Real Sociedad, PSG watches as their upcoming opponent regains strength. Indeed, the Basque Club is gradually emptying its infirmary.
On February 14th, PSG will host Real Sociedad at Parc des Princes in the UEFA Champions League round of 16. A matchup that, in theory, appears manageable for Luis Enrique's men. However, on the other side, the Basque club is getting back players recovering from their respective injuries and could be in good shape for the Champions League return.
PSG to face a strengthened Real Sociedad in the Champions League
According to the latest information from El Diario Vasco, Ander Barrenetxea, who suffered an ankle injury on January 18th, could return to the squad for the 23rd matchday of La Liga against Girona this Saturday. The Real Sociedad winger is finalizing his recovery process and has a good chance of being called up by Imanol Alguacil.
For the match on February 14th, Real Sociedad could benefit from a significant return of one of their regular starters. Kieran Tierney, who has been sidelined with a left thigh injury and is on loan from Arsenal, could be available for the first-leg match against PSG at Parc des Princes. As the showdown approaches, expectations rise regarding the participation of these key players, adding an element of uncertainty to the thrilling European clash.
The anticipation is growing as these players' potential involvement adds a layer of unpredictability to the already exciting encounter. The return of Ander Barrenetxea and the possible availability of Kieran Tierney inject fresh dynamics into Real Sociedad's lineup, potentially altering the balance of the match.