RomaPress – Tammy Abraham’s status for Sunday evening’s league encounter between Roma and Juventus isn’t expected to be certain until the last moment.
The Englishman underwent scans today on his injured left ankle—no structural or ligament damage was found, however, there is still heavy swelling.
As a result, the youngster was subjected to laser and TECAR therapies this evening aimed at reducing the swelling.
Manager Jose Mourinho is holding out hope that Abraham will be available for Sunday’s pivotal league clash, though, he won’t risk him if he doesn’t feel fully fit.
The Portuguese technician will evaluate the striker’s recovery over the coming hours, but he feels more than ready and comfortable to hand attacker Eldor Shomurodov a starting place in his formation against the Bianconeri.