John Terry took part in Chelsea’s final training session ahead of the club’s Champions League tie with PSG, despite suffering a muscle injury against Newcastle United.
The former England captain limped off in the first-half of the Blues’ 5-1 win at Stamford Bridge, with the 35-year-old subsequently undergoing a scan to discover the extent of the problem.
Manager Guus Hiddink later confirmed that Terry would be unlikely to feature against PSG at Parc des Princes on Tuesday, but the centre-back emerged for training with his team-mates at the club’s Cobham training base.
“Tomorrow [Sunday] we’ll know how serious he is. Midweek is already Tuesday and we have just two days to recover,” Hiddink said after his side’s victory on Saturday.
“I think teams need at least three days, but we don’t have so we’ll see what will be the outcome tomorrow.”
Chelsea posted a vine to their official Twitter account on Monday showing Terry and his team-mates emerging for training and later confirmed the news on their official site.
Brazilian playmaker Oscar – who missed the Newcastle game entirely – also took part in the final session, and the players will now travel to Paris in the afternoon ahead of Tuesday’s match against the French champions.