Brazilian superstar Neymar has been cleared by the medical team of PSG to resume training after three months out with an injury. Neymar had suffered a broken Metatarsal injury in the Coupe de France game against Strasbourg in January.

The Brazil star has not played since he suffered the injury and missed PSG clash against Manchester United as the French club were knocked out in the round of 16 for the second year in a row. His latest clearance to begin training is part of his rehabilitation and he could feature for the club before the end of the season.

His recovery has been closely monitored by the club and the Brazillian FA as they hope that he would be fully fit for the Copa America on home soil in June. The 27-year-old was enjoying a productive season under coach Thomas Tuchel before the injury struck.

He had been playing in a central position where he was able to influence proceedings rather than on the left wing position. The 27-year-old is understood to recovering well and should be available for on-pitch assessments in the coming weeks.

Neymar has been unable to deliver the Champions League title for PSG which made the club splash a record €222 million for his services in 2017.

Tuchel revealed in a recent press conference that the Brazilian is pain-free but refused to give a timeframe for his return to action. The German tactician reiterated that the club would have to be patient with the player as he needs to recover fully.


PSG have gone about their business in the French league without Neymar as fellow superstar Kylian Mbappe has continued to score goals for the team. PSG next faces Nantes on Wednesday in the Coupe de France Semifinals.