PSG won't have three goalies available on Saturday, facing as many as six absences

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In the lead-up to the PSG vs. Nantes game on Saturday, Dec. 9, the shelves of Paris Saint-Germain got filled to the brim as at least six players have been confirmed out for this Ligue 1 matchup, including three goalies.

Gianluigi Donnarumma, who received a two-match suspension after seeing a red card last weekend in the matchup against Le Havre game, will be unavailable.

Adding to the goalkeeper woes, both Keylor Navas and Alexandre Letellier are sidelined due to lower back pain and recovered adductor issues, respectively. Navas' absence was a little surprising, as he was seemingly in contention to start in replacement for Gigio today.

With Gigio and the other two goalies out, young Spaniard Arnau Tenas will be on the PSG goal on Saturday facing Nantes from the get-go.

The injury report also includes Presnel Kimpembe, who has nonetheless undergone tests for a potential return in the next few days, while Nuno Mendes continues his treatment protocol and was ruled out too.

In the midfield, Fabian Ruiz is going to miss the game against Nantes while nursing his shoulder injury (dislocation) although it's not as worrying as initially feared.

Meanwhile, the availability of Marquinhos and Warren Zaire-Emery remains uncertain entering Saturday's matchup. Although they have resumed collective training, they face long odds of bagging heavy minutes, if any at all as soon as this weekend.

Achraf Hakimi's absence from Friday's training session was confirmed to be related to his ongoing issues with the justice following earlier accusations.