Mbappe recovering well…but hopes of seeing him against Bayern remain slim

Eight days after Kylian Mbappé announced he would miss three weeks with a left thigh injury, Le Parisien said on Thursday that the procedures implemented by medical staff were bearing fruit. However, hopes of seeing him against Bayern Munich in the knockout stages of next week’s Champions League remain slim.

The countdown begins. Kylian Mbappe is recovering well from the injury he suffered eight days ago against Montpellier and announced he will be out for three weeks (until around 23 February), Le Parisien Said on Thursday.

The measures taken by the medical staff are bearing fruit and all means are being used to ensure the French striker is available for next Tuesday’s Champions League knockout stage match against Bayern Munich (9pm RMC Sport 1).

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Paris Saint-Germain still pessimistic

According to Le Parisien, it will be necessary to wait until Monday, the eve of this important European meeting, to see more clearly. But hope remains elusive. According to our information, Mbappe’s recovery is progressing well, but so far PSG are pessimistic about the striker’s availability.

This Thursday, another huge uncertainty was added around Kylian Mbappé. As revealed by L’Equipe and confirmed by RMC Sport, Lionel Messi strained his hamstring in Wednesday’s French Cup round of 16 loss to OM (2-1). The world champions have already been forfeited in Saturday’s (5pm) Ligue 1 tie in Monaco, but there is no certainty for Bayern Munich either.

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