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Messi's participation against Manchester City in the Champions League tomorrow

Argentine duo Lionel Messi and Italian Marco Verratti, players of French club Paris Saint-Germain, participated in the team's group training today, Sunday, after recovering from injury in preparation for facing Manchester City in the second round of the group stage of the Champions League.

And French radio "Monte Carlo" confirmed that Messi and Marco Verratti, players of Paris Saint-Germain, participated today in the collective training of the Parisian team, two days before the Manchester City match.

Messi and Verratti missed Saint-Germain's 2-0 victory over Montpellier, yesterday, Saturday, in the eighth round of the French League.

Radio RMC added that Lionel Messi's condition is improving over time, and he and Marco participated in today's training, and there is great optimism that the legend will be in the starting lineup to face Manchester City.

And the French radio continued, tomorrow, Monday, will be a decisive day for Messi's participation and push him fundamentally.

The radio indicated that Marco Verratti and Lionel Messi participated in today's entire session, however Messi still has to wait for confirmation of his improvement tomorrow morning to secure a place in the group against Manchester City, and the club is optimistic.

And two days ago, Argentine star Lionel Messi, player of the French club Paris Saint-Germain, took advantage of the period of his absence from participating with his team due to injury, to spend time with his children and his wife, international model Antonella Roccuzzo, where the latter published a set of photos through her personal account on the Instagram website, showing them during their stay. Some time in a restaurant.


Mauricio Pochettino, coach of the French club Paris Saint-Germain, revealed the position of Argentine star Lionel Messi, the team's player, from participating in the upcoming matches.


Pochettino said, in the press conference, "Messi is back again for some light training and we are following his condition closely, and we hope that things will go well, and on Sunday there will be news about him, and we hope that things are fine."