Amid all of the drama surrounding PSG through the past few days, good news came to the forefront on Wednesday as the group of Paris Saint-Germain players taking to the Camp des Loges training pitch included a couple of returnees.
Spain internationals Sergio Ramos and Carlos Soler returned to training sessions with the group after missing time of late and forfeiting last Sunday's game against Lyon.
Their respective physical problems seem to be over by now, with no issues (at least for now) complicating or putting their presence on the pitch next Saturday in peril.
Both Ramos and Soler are therefore expected to be available for PSG's game against OGC Nice scheduled for on Saturday, Apr. 8 as part of the MD30 of Ligue 1, and to be played on the road at the Cote d'Azur stadium.
If there is a happy individual after knowing about this, that must be Christophe Galtier. Enduring one of the (if not the) worst runs of form by a PSG team since the arrival of QSI, the manager must improve his results and secure two good results against Nice and Lens in PSG's next two games if he doesn't want to get fired before the season is over.
Sergio Ramos and Carlos Soler, available vs. Lens; Nordi Mukiele, questionable to play
Even though Paris still boast multiple banged-up players, having Ramos and Soler back will definitely help Galtier craft a much better plan for his next game, if only because he'll have some options and alternatives to think about using compared to prior games.
Presnel Kimpembe won't be available until next season, and Nordi Mukiele continues rehabilitating a hamstring injury. The former won't play (obviously) next Saturday, and the latter is questionable to appear in the matchup with Nice.
We will know more about the availability and fitness of the PSG group as the season advances and through Friday, when Galtier will speak to the media and submit his official gameday squad.