- Luis Suárez is eyeing a return from calf injury against Valencia on Saturday, September 14
- The ex-Liverpool forward cropped the injury in their La Liga opener defeat against Athletic Club
- Suarez is due to resume training on Wednesday, September 11, after the international break
Luis Suárez, Barcelona forward, is closing on a possible return to training ahead of Valencia clash.
The Uruguayan forward cropped a calf injury in their La Liga opener against Athletic Club on August 16, San Mamés, but club doctors are hopeful the Uruguayan will resume training on Wednesday, September 11, with the rest of the squad after the international break.
No doubt, this will be cheering news for the Ernert Verlvaede led technical crew, should the former Liverpool forward be available to for selection to battle Valencia on Saturday, September 14 at the Camp Nou.
In a related development, Barcelona medics are excited that Lionel Messi, who suffered a calf injury o August 5 before hostilities commenced in La Liga is ready to play again.
Initially, Messi was expected to return against Betis on August 25, but the doctors cautioned against rushing the club captain back to action.
PAY ATTENTION: Place your bet and get the chance to win big on 1xbet
The Argentine is now targeting Valencia return, with a view to regaining match fitness ahead of Barcelona’s Champions’ League group stage opener against Borussia Dortmund on September 17.
Legit.ng reported earlier that Lionel Messi's contract terms is giving Barcelona serious headache as reports claims the Argentine could leave Camp Nou next summer.
The 32-year-old who has spent his whole career with the Catalan giants but signed a new deal in 2017 which is expected to keep him till the summer of 2021.
Wait a minute! Do you like to predict and win?
You have that opportunity now to place your bet in one of the fastest rising bookmakers inNigeria - 1xbet
Click here to place your bet and get the chance to win big. Hurry now!
I scored more frequently than Rashidi Yekini - Segun Odegbami | Legit TV