Christophe Galtier, head coach of Paris Saint-Germain, confirmed that the injuries sustained by Sergio Ramos and Kylian Mbappé in their team's 3-1 win against Montpellier on Wednesday were not serious.
Galtier explained that both players were substituted as a precautionary measure to manage their workload during a busy schedule, with PSG set to play five matches between February 4 and 19.
Regarding Ramos, Galtier stated that the defender hurt his adductor and preferred to leave the game to avoid taking any risks.
As for Mbappé, he suffered a knee issue after a challenge during the game, but it doesn't seem to be serious according to Galtier. The team will closely monitor the conditions of both players to ensure a quick recovery.
Galtier also addressed the failed transfer of Hakim Ziyech from Chelsea on the transfer deadline day. He confirmed that PSG was looking to acquire the player to fill the gap left by Pablo Sarabia's departure and to add depth to the right side of the attack. However, the deal failed due to a hold-up in the paperwork, and PSG was not at fault.