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Sakho, reunion compromised with PSG

The defender of Montpellier, former captain of PSG, could be deprived of a reunion with the club of the capital.

Mamadou Sakho had certainly checked this meeting of Saturday, September 25. With its new team of Montpellier, the central defender had to face Paris in the capital to challenge his former club there. This prospect has taken a turn for the worse.

The former PSG captain, where he played between 2007 and 2013, suffers from a thigh injury (tear) contracted last weekend against theAS Saint-Etienne (2-0, 5e Ligue 1 day).

Already deprived of a trip to Troyes this Sunday (kick-off at 3 p.m.), the player from La Paillade is very uncertain for the following meetings: Wednesday against Bordeaux and three days later, therefore, at the Parc des Princes (8th d.).

« He won’t be here this weekend and certainly not the weekend after., had specified his trainer Olivier Dall’Oglio at a press conference, in remarks reported by the Free noon We wait for know a little more but the MRI showed us that there was a trace. »

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