Tammy Abraham is undergoing a series of different treatments in the hope he can shake off the ankle injury and face Juventus for Roma on Sunday.
The striker limped off just 15 minutes into his substitute appearance for England in a 1-1 draw with Hungary at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday evening.
He flew back to Italy late last night and tests showed there are no fractures, nor ligament damage, but heavy bruising to the right ankle.
The former Chelsea hitman remains in doubt for the big trip to Turin on Sunday, so he is doing everything possible to be ready.
According to the Corriere dello Sport and Sky Sport Italia, Abraham is today undergoing physiotherapy, laser therapy, tecar therapy and magnetotherapy, which uses electromagnetic waves to speed up the regeneration and anti-inflammatory process.
The 24-year-old has scored four goals and provided two assists in his 10 competitive appearances for Roma so far this season.
He was also on target while playing for England in their World Cup qualifier against Andorra last week.
🚨#Pellegrini oggi si è allenato col gruppo. Terapie invece per #Abraham che vuole stringere i denti e giocare con la Juve: lo staff medico guidato dal nuovo supervisore Carwyn Sharp sta portando avanti diversi trattamenti per fargli sentire meno dolore
— Jacopo Aliprandi (@AliprandiJacopo) October 14, 2021