Roma striker Tammy Abraham reportedly trained with the rest of the group ahead of the big game against Juventus on Sunday.
The Giallorossi striker has been uncertain since he limped off when England played Hungary, but stressed he hopes to be ready for the match against the Bianconeri tomorrow.
Tuttomercatoweb reveals he was back in training with the rest of his teammates today. Abraham’s conditions will be assessed in the next few hours, but the report claims he should be available for the trip to Turin.
It’s still uncertain if he can start or is forced to be on the bench, something Jose Mourinho will most likely address during the press conference scheduled at 14.30 UK time today.
Roma sit fourth in Serie A ahead of Serie A Week 8, but face a Juventus side unbeaten in four games, arriving from three consecutive wins.
Mourinho’s men won 2-0 over Empoli ahead of the international break and Abraham was then called up to play for England in the World Cup Qualifiers.
The 24-year-old scored his first goal in the Three Lions shirt since November 2019 against Andorra, and then played 14 minutes against Hungary too.
TMW – Roma, Abraham c’è! Provino positivo e rientro in gruppo: può essere convocato https://t.co/AvDrz0HWts
— TUTTOmercatoWEB (@TuttoMercatoWeb) October 16, 2021