Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has received a major injury boost after Joe Hart and Fabian Delph returned to training sessions ahead of the Champions League quarter-final first leg match with Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday night (6 April). Yaya Toure, however, missed Tuesday's workout and is expected to remain on the sidelines for the trip to the Parc des Princes.
Hart suffered a problem in his calf during the 1-0 defeat to Manchester United on 20 March, being replaced by Willy Caballero in the second half. The 27-year-old was consequently left out of the England squad for the recent friendlies against Germany and the Netherlands, and also missed the Manchester City 4-0 victory at Bournemouth over the weekend.
However, the England international looks in line to make a comeback to action in the crucial Champions League encounter, seeing action on the pitch on Tuesday in the final training session before the squad fly to Paris on Tuesday afternoon. Delph also boosted his chances of making Pellegrini's 18-man squad, after the midfielder completed the session at City's training ground following a two month spell on the sidelines due to a problem in the Achilles.
Pellegrini did receive some concerning news though, as there was no sign of Toure at the training ground. The Ivory Coast international is yet to play since the match against Manchester United due to a knee injury, and looks likely to miss the trip to Paris.
The Manchester City boss will confirm whether Hart and Delph are definitely able to play the game later on Tuesday, as the Chilean boss faces the media in Paris.