Sergio Ramos is expected to be fit to take to the field for Real Madrid against Barcelona in the weekend’s Clasico fixture.
The Madrid captain had to leave the Spain camp following the draw with Italy due to back pain, having played the first 45 minutes against the Azzurri.
AS notes Ramos was able to train on Tuesday and all being well will take part in his 32nd Clasico at Camp Nou on Saturday.
Ramos, who turns 30 on Wednesday, is also carrying a shoulder problem from earlier in the season, and has suffered with a calf injury too, the report adds.
He is expected to start in the centre of the Madrid defence alongside Pepe.