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Messi will again be sidelined for Paris Saint-Germain for Saturday game

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The star player will again be sidelined for Paris Saint-Germain for Saturday's down against Montpellier as he keeps on nursing a knee injury, his club said.

PSG are hoping to make it eight successes out of eight in Ligue 1 this season when they play Montpellier, with Pochettino demanding that is his concentration, not the rematch with a City side who took them out of the Champions League in the semi-finals last season.

The club said Messi had begun running again and that another update would come on Sunday, raising the expectation that he will want to return for the Champions League conflict against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City on Tuesday.

Messi was taken off in the 76th moment of the last end of the week's 2-1 success over Lyon in Ligue 1.

It just arose later that he was experiencing a thump to a knee and he had no impact in Wednesday's 2-1 association success at Metz.

Messi has shown up for his new club since showing up from Barcelona toward the beginning of August and has finished an hour and a half only once, at Club Brugge in the Champions League.

The significant thing is the Montpellier game, attempting to win and work on the angles we need to improve. Manchester City doesn't impact it," said the Argentine.

"We need to make a big difference for our run of results, although obviously, it can assist us with planning for the game on Tuesday. PSG is hoping to make it eight successes out of eight in Ligue 1 this season.

Marco Verratti and Sergio Ramos, the nearby season marking from Real Madrid, are additionally still uninvolved. With his new physical issue, the truth will surface eventually what's on the horizon for the splendid player since his takeoff from Barcelona FC.

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