Barcelona are likely to have Pedri and Robert Lewandowski available for selection for the LaLiga clash against Real Madrid on October 28.
Pedri suffered a thigh injury in late August during training, while Robert Lewandowski injured his left ankle during the club’s Champions League clash against FC Porto earlier this month.
The Athletic reports that Lewandowski is set to recover in time as it is not a muscle injury.
Pedri, on the other hand, is nearing a return after missing the last 10 games for the Catalan giants.
While the duo’s return before the all-important El Clasico on October 28 is a piece of welcome news for Barca, midfielder Frenkie de Jong and defender Jules Kounde are ruled out of action.
Raphinha is also on his way to recovery and might make the matchday squad for the clash against Los Blancos.