The Ivorian has worked normally on Sunday with the rest of his teammates.
Didier Drogba, author of a 1-0 defeat to Barcelona in the first leg of the semifinals of the Champions League at Stamford Bridge, is forcing the machine to recover and everything indicates that the Ivorian striker has already exceeded the discomfort in his knee that pulls the duel that pitted azulgrana on Wednesday. After seeing the Sunday session conducted by the Blues, Drogba will be in the lineup that Roberto di Matteo presented Tuesday at Camp Nou.
Drogba was brought to normal, as have secured in recent British media at different times, and coach Roberto di Matteo will be without striker surely crucial for African leg against Barça. If not, Fernando Torres, who started against Arsenal in the final game of the Premier, would be the spearhead in the Camp Nou.
The Ivorian, 34, has played 30 games for the club 'blue' scoring eleven goals this season and since the arrival of Di Matteo to the bench at Stamford Bridge, replacing the Portuguese André Villas-Boas, the title has alternated Fernando Torres. (via MD)