Two players ruled out, one in doubt for PSG game against Brest
PSG entered their second-leg game against Bayern with a very limited squad, suffered from it, went back to Paris eliminated from the Champions League (0-3 on aggregate), and will have to keep playing Ligue 1 matches without some of their main performers.
After 35 minutes of playing time, Marquinhos had to leave the Allianz Arena pitch suffering from rib pain after getting knocked in the zone back in the weekend in the league win against Nantes.
He was replaced by Nordi Mukiele, who played makeshift CB for about 10 minutes before halftime and never returned to the pitch after the break, also substituted before the start of the second half by El Chadaille Bitshiabu.
Bitshiabu completed the second half and finished the game on the pitch, but it's been reported that he also suffered a knock throughout the last 45 minutes, and he's now suffering from a calf crutch.
Marquinhos and Nordi Mukiele ruled out Saturday, Bitshiabu doubtful to play against Brest
According to the information obtained by L'Equipe, both Marquinhos and Nordi Mukiele have already been ruled out for PSG's trip to Brest on Saturday.
Bitshuabu has not yet been ruled out of the game, although on another note L'Equipe informed of his doubtful status less than 48 hours from kick-off time. Christophe Galtier, who will hold a press conference on Friday ahead of the game, will reveal the final decision about the youngster when it comes to his availability for Saturday's matchup.
It's worth remembering that Presnel Kimpembe is out for the remainder of the season and into next year.
The options on Galtier's squad to enter the lineup in a defensive position are very limited. Only Danilo and Sergio Ramos are capable of playing solid center-back roles, with Bitshiabu also a natural center-back but banged up after Wednesday's game in Munich.