Paris - Paris Saint-Germain defender Serge Aurier was
sentenced to two months in jail on Monday for assaulting a police officer
following an incident outside a Paris night club in May.
Also read: Detention order on Aurier extended by police
The court also ordered the Ivory Coast international to pay
600 euros ($674) in damages and interest as well as 1,500 euros in court costs.
However, the court did not impose an order for immediate
incarceration and allowed Aurier to walk free pending a possible appeal. It
means full-back Aurier could play for PSG in their Champions League tie against
Ludogorets in Bulgaria on Wednesday.For
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