Roma attacker Paulo Dybala could recover in time for the Giallorossi’s final game before the World Cup break, reports Corriere dello Sport.
The Italian newspaper claims Jose Mourinho and Dan Friedkin have been closely monitoring the Argentine’s recovery following a hamstring injury suffered in Roma’s win over Lecce.
The initial prognosis put Dybala’s World Cup appearance at risk. However, now signs point to a speedier return to the pitch.
Roma’s medical staff have reportedly determined November 13 – when the Giallorossi are set to face Ivan Juric’s Torino – as the return date for Dybala who is hoping to be called up for the last game before the break.