After Presnel Kimpembe’s injury exit against OM on Sunday, PSG said he suffered from a ruptured Achilles tendon.
Despite the success (3-0) of Paris Saint-Germain against Olympique de Marseille at the Vélodrome, the joy was not really there this Sunday evening for Presnel Kimpembe. Released after fifteen minutes of play after collapsing on the lawn, the tricolor world champion had to give way to Danilo Pereira.
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The uncertainty reigning then concerning the state of health of the French defender, the commentators of Amazon Prime evoked a potential breakdown. For his part, the Parisian coach, Christophe Galtier, made a terrible diagnosis by indicating a “serious injury” to the Achilles tendon, before asserting that the Francilien season was already “finished”.
In a press release on its official website, the capital club finally confirmed the words of the southern technician, stating that the native of Beaumont-sur-Oise was a victim ” of a ruptured right Achilles tendon. and should be ” operated in the next few days.
A similar physical glitch had already forced the Parisian to forfeit to play the World Cup in Qatar with the Blues considering himself “insufficiently recovered” from a “problem” with his Achilles tendon.
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