Good news for Barcelona ahead of the next two finals on the following Saturdays, against Athletic Bilbao and Juventus, as striker Luis Suárez is looking more and more close to returning from his hamstring injury.
The Blaugrana scorer took part on Tuesday's training session at the club's facilities, along with the whole first team squad and a few Barça B youngsters. Suárez went through the full 90 minutes of the session, without setbacks, and since we're four days away from the Bilbao clash, the probability of him playing on the Spanish Cup decider is really high as of right now.
Suárez suffered a mild strain and had to leave the game against Bayern Munich at halftime two weeks ago, and the training staff has carefully dealt with the problem, not rushing him back and doing their best to get him as close to 100% as possible for the most important games of the season.
Remember that a strain is not as bad as a muscle tear, but it is a tear anyway, and it warrants a big deal of attention. Thankfully, Barça's medical staff is top notch, and always does its best to help the players' recovery. It looks like Luisito is going to be ready.
Which is awesome news. He's really necessary.