Bisevac back on his feet
Olympique Lyonnais' Serbian stopper Milan Bisevac is well on the way to recovery from knee surgery, returning to light training on Tuesday morning, but unlikely to figure for the title chasers before the end of the season.
Just three months ago, Bisevac was stretchered off the field at the Stade Louis II during Lyon's league clash in Monaco with a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee and a prognosis of a six-month absence.
However, following surgery soon after the injury, the 31-year-old former Lens, Valenciennes and Paris Saint-Germain central defender has made a speedy recovery and on Tuesday returned to light training under the supervision of the club's Director of Performance Alexandre Marles.
A key figure at the club since signing from PSG in the summer of 2012, Bisevac has made 92 appearances for the club in all competitions (one goal) but unfortunately for coach Hubert Fournier, the Serb won't be a part of the club's push to pip PSG to the Ligue 1 title, with his return to competitive action not on the cards before the end of the current season.