Gervinho Returns To Full Training At AS Roma

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AS Roma winger, Gervinho returned to “full training” on Tuesday as he continues his recovery from a thigh muscle tear.

The Ivory Coast international, who has not featured for Roma since last month’s away win at Cesena, has returned to first-team training at the Centro Sportivo Fulvio Bernardini.

Gervinho, 27, has scored five time in all competitions this season.

Roma trail Serie A leaders Juventus by 15 points after 31 matches. Coach Rudi Garcia’s men travel to Inter Milan on Saturday.

Gervinho and Iturbe Pictured After the Formers Goal for Roma in A Uefa Champions League Group Game. Image: AFP.
Gervinho and Iturbe Pictured After the Formers Goal for Roma in A Uefa Champions League Group Game. Image: AFP.

Meanwhile, Bosnia-Hercegovina international Miralelm Pjanic and Serbia forward Adem Ljajic both trained separately and received physiotherapy treatment. Italian defender Maicon and Dutchman Kevin Strootman continue their personal recovery.

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