Bayern Munich striker, Robert Lewandowski, got back to preparing on Monday after a knee injury.
Nonetheless, the Bundesliga champions have governed him out of their Champions League quarter-last second leg at Paris Saint-Germain.
Bayern say Lewandowski "isn't accessible" for Tuesday's down in Paris.
The holders need to upset a 3-2 loss from the primary leg.
Lewandowski harmed tendons in his correct knee a fortnight back while on global obligation with Poland.
Bayern's clinical staff at first projected he would be out for about a month, yet the 32-year-old participated in drills on Monday during a snowfall in Munich.
Lewandowski has scored 35 association objectives this season.
Robert Lewandowski plays the position Forward, is 32 years old and 185cm tall, weights 79kg. In the current club Bayern Munich played different seasons, during this time he played 334 matches and scored 287 goals.
Lewandowski returns with the aim of winning the champions League for his Club team (Bayern Munich) and also to win the Ballon d'or .
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