Spanish giant, Barcelona has been handed a timely boost by the return of another star man, who was sidelined during the last game against Villarreal due to injury.
The midfelder was involved in the training which was held yesterday as they prepare to take on Granada in Thursday Laliga Santander match.
Going forward, Miralem Pjanic could possibly be available for the upcoming match or matches, giving Ronald Koeman another option in the middle of the park, where he could add stability, successful take ons, and final visionary passes in the final third of the pitch.
The Catalans club are still gunning for one more trophy, after securing the Copa Del Rey with an emphatic 4-0 win over Athletic club, back in April 17 and a win on Thursday could see them move to the top spot of the Laliga table.
Meanwhile, Barcelona still have many of the first team players in the treatment room and would be hoping they return in time for the club's last part of the season, where they still remain in the race for the league title.
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