Barcelona vs. PSG for Champions League: Gerard Piqué works to reach the first leg in the round of 16 at Camp Nou

In Barcelona they will not have their complete defense for what will be the key first leg against PSG this Wednesday at Camp Nou for the round of 16 of the Champions League. For example, Gerard Piqué and Ronald Araújo are injured prior to this match.

Last November, Gerard Piqué suffered a severe injury (grade three sprain to the medial lateral ligament and an anterior cruciate ligament injury to the right knee). He had no activity for three to eight months, but three days after the clash against PSG, the defender from Barcelona is going to try to get there. This is how the Catalan press reports this Saturday.

According Sports world, Pique has not trained on par with his teammates Barcelona last Friday, but he did it alone. The former Manchester United player did specific work with the idea of ​​being able to reach Tuesday, the date on which the Catalans will play against PSG.

Will Piqué arrive at Barcelona against PSG?

The recovery times of the international with the Spanish National Team and World Cup champion South Africa 2010 have been shortened. In the Culé store they will wait until the last to say present.

“Until the meeting there are two group training sessions, Sunday and Monday, and the morning activation on Tuesday,” is what the aforementioned media mentions about his player. Koeman crosses his fingers that he shares the center back with Clément Lenglet.

Precisely, Barcelona It will hit this Saturday against Alavés at Camp Nou for the 23rd day of LaLiga Santander. They will seek to recover after falling 2-0 in the middle of the week against Sevilla in the semifinals of the Copa del Rey.

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