Champions League: Manchester City's Vincent Kompany ruled out of PSG game
Kompany has endured an injury-disrupted campaign and a recurrence of a calf problem has kept the Belgium international on the sidelines for nearly a month.
London: Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany will not make his return from injury in the Champions League quarter-final second leg against Paris St Germain, manager Manuel Pellegrini said on Monday.
Central defender Kompany, who took part in the open section of a training session, has endured an injury-disrupted campaign and a recurrence of a calf problem has kept the Belgium international on the sidelines for nearly a month.
"He is not 100 percent. It is not possible," Pellegrini told reporters.
Midfielder David Silva, who missed Saturday`s 2-1 Premier League win over West Bromwich Albion due to a persistent ankle injury, has also returned to training. Winger Raheem Sterling and defender Nicolas Otamendi are still sidelined.
Pellegrini`s team head into the PSG game at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday with a slight advantage after drawing the first leg 2-2 in Paris last week.