Barcelona have been handed a massive injury boost ahead of the Real Betis clash with Oscar Mingueza and Martin Braithwaite back in training.
However, Barcelona will miss the services of Gerard Pique who has been struggling with injury ever since his thigh knock against Eintracht Frankfurt. The club's doctors are appearing quite an apprehehsenive in rushing him back into the pick.
And with the Real Betis game just around the corner, Barcelona have confirmed Pique has suffered a flare-up of the tendinopathy affecting the adductor muscles, essentially meaning he has aggravated his thigh issue.
Meanwhile, Braithwaite and Oscar Mingueza have recovered from coronavirus and are back in group training, as reported by Gerard Romero.
The Catalans take on Real Betis this Saturday away from home, following which they face Celta Vigo (home) and Getafe (away) before ending their season versus Villarreal at Camp Nou.
LATEST NEWS | @3gerardpique has suffered a flare-up of the tendinopathy affecting the adductor longus muscle in his left thigh. He is out and his recovery will determine his availability. pic.twitter.com/PwVmGjCoQq— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) May 5, 2022