Barcelona have received a double injury boost after both Claudio Bravo and long-term absentee Sandro Ramirez were given the medical all-clear ahead of the Copa del Rey final against Sevilla on Sunday (22 May). Manager Luis Enrique is now expected to have all his players available for the final game of the season, played at the Vicente Calderon.
Bravo missed the last two La Liga games of the campaign after suffering a calf injury during the victory over Real Betis on 30 April. Meanwhile, Sandro has been on the sidelines since March, whenhe suffered a muscle injury during a training session.
Both players have been training during recent days and now Barcelona have confirmed that they are fully fit and available for selection for the Copa del Rey final with Sevilla.
"First team players Claudio Bravo and Sandro have both been given the medical all-clear after injury and both will be available for selection by Luis Enrique for Sunday's Copa del Rey final against Sevilla," Barcelona confirmed.
However, neither Chilean keeper nor the academy forward are likely to make the starting line-up as Luis Enrique is expected to have has his gala XI ready for the final, with Marc-Andre ter Stegen between the sticks and the MSN of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar forming the Barcelona attack.
The German keeper is ahead of the Chilean international in the pecking order for both the Copa del Rey and Champions League games, while Sandro had fallen out of favour with Luis Enrique even before his long-term injury. The academy forward's last appearances came in February and he is tipped to leave the Nou Camp following the final against Sevilla, as the club are looking to bolster their forward back-ups in the summer transfer window.
Barcelona and Sevilla will play the final looking to end the campaign with a double crown, with the Catalans having already won La Liga while the Andalucians clinched the Europa League against Liverpool on Wednesday night.