Since being frozen out of the first-team fold since August 2nd, PSG striker Peguy Luyindula has won his battle with the club and will resume training with the first-team as soon as possible.
Coach Antoine Kombouare had banished the 32-year-old from training with the senior squad after stating publicly that he no longer needed him in his plans.
The Legal Affairs Committee of the Professional Football League (LFP) asked the hierarchies at the club to reinstate the player back to the first-team on Thursday afternoon. This came after an inspection at Camp des Loges to verify whether or not the player endured the same working conditions as the first-team players. After deliberation, the Commission Chairman, Andre Soulier, deemed this not to be the case, resulting in the decision.
It is more likely than not the player will depart in the January transfer window but relations between him and the club are now at an all time low. This dispute has rumbled on for over three months but Luyindula got the result he wanted after seeking intervention from the LFP.