Paris St Germain will once again be without Neymar when they face Lille in the French Cup last 16 on Wednesday as the Brazil forward has not yet fully recovered from an adductor muscle injury, the club said on Tuesday.
Neymar picked up the injury in the previous round against Caen on February 10 and the French champions initially said he would be out for action for "up to four weeks".
"Neymar is back to collective training while continuing his individual programme," PSG said in a statement.
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PSG will also be without Pablo Sarabia for the clash against the Ligue 1 leaders at the Parc des Princes as the midfielder has a hip problem.
French sports daily L'Equipe reported on Monday that Di Maria and Marquinhos were robbed during Sunday's 2-1 defeat by Nantes, with members of their families being held hostage during the events.
The newspaper said Di Maria was taken off the field in the 62nd minute by Pochettino following a brief discussion with PSG sports director Leonardo.
In a statement obtained from PSG, Marquinhos said his parents' home had been robbed during the match while his family was on the premises.
"Angel is fine, Marqui is fine too," Pochettino said. "But above all the families are doing well, given the stress that these situations cause."
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