Paulo Dybala, an Argentine attacker, is anticipated to play some part for Roma versus Sevilla in the UEFA Europa League final on May 31 at the Puskas Arena.
Since suffering an ankle injury during Roma's 3-1 Serie A loss to Atlanta on April 24 at the Gewiss Stadium, Dybala has been unable to perform.
The 29-year-old was reportedly observed in a hard warmup session on Saturday,
May 28 and is anticipated to at least make the replacements bench for the match, according to Pazzi di Fanta.
In 10 Europa League games this season, Dybala has scored four goals and given one assist.
Sevilla has won the Europa Cup title a record six times, whereas Roma has never won it but finished second in the 1990–1991 competition.