Reports of stomach aches, vomiting, and fatigue among multiple players began to emerge, causing alarm and concern for the team's well-being.
Local media outlets reported that the cause of the outbreak was an "intestinal virus" and that the symptoms being experienced by the affected players included "vomiting, stomach aches, and fatigue". This news put a damper on the team's morale, with many players feeling too ill to take the field.
The club was quick to respond to the situation and declined to name the affected players in order to maintain their privacy. However, they assured the public that they were fully in control of the situation and that the players were receiving the best possible care.
The timing of the outbreak couldn't have been worse for PSG, as two of their star players, Kylian Mbappe and Lionel Messi, were already set to miss the game due to injuries. With this new development, it remains unclear how this will affect the team's performance in their upcoming Champions League game against Bayern Munich in midweek.
The health and well-being of the players are the top priority, and it is hoped that the situation will be quickly brought under control and that the team will be able to bounce back and perform at their best in their next game. Despite the setbacks, PSG remains a talented and competitive team, and will no doubt rise to the challenge and overcome this setback.