Kylian Mbappe has tested negative for coronavirus after fears he had caught the illness and he is in the PSG squad to face Borussia Dortmund.
The striker was a doubt for his side’s huge clash with Dortmund in the second leg of their Champions League last-16 tie.
But Mbappe is free to play after being given the all clear by doctors in Paris, according to L’Equipe
There were fears that the 21-year-old could have caught the disease causing havoc around the world but it turned out that his sore throat was not coronavirus.
Mbappe suffers from severe angina, a chest pain caused by reduced blood flow to the heart muscles with varying other symptoms.
It is thought the discomfort he was feeling was down to this condition.
Thomas Tuchel is to make a late decision over Mbappe’s inclusion in the starting line-up against Dortmund but with his side 2-1 down.
Thiago Silva is not in the squad as he is not 100 per cent fit.
The game is being played behind closed doors in an attempt to stop the spread of coronavirus but thousands of fans are expected to gather outside the stadium.
Meanwhile Tottenham’s Lucas Moura has taken the clubs ouster from the Champions league in good fate saying the best thing is to look forward to qualifying for next season’s edition.
Spurs were cut apart by RB Leipzig, losing 3-0 in the last-16 second leg to give the Germans a 4-0 aggregate win.
It means they have nine Premier League games left to ensure they get back in the competition next term and have work to do.
Moura, whose workload has increased after injuries to Harry Kane, Son Heung-min and Steven Bergwijn, is confident Spurs can get the job done.
“It’s true that it’s a very difficult moment for us,” he said. “But the only way that we have is to keep fighting, keep believing. “Now we have only the Premier League and we need to be in a better position.
Our objective is the top four, the Champions League next season. I believe, I believe that it’s possible,” he enthused.