By Joe Avicolli
Roma forward Gervinho will reportedly be fit to start in Rudi Garcia’s team for the capital city club’s upcoming battle with Inter on April 25.
The 27-year-old has missed the Giallorossi’s past three Serie A matches after picking up a hamstring injury while on international duty back in March, though it seems like he is now fully rested and fit enough to take place in his side’s tough upcoming away game against the Nerazzurri.
According to Sky Sport Italia, the Ivorian international was back in training with his Roma team-mates on Monday and was able to participate in the day’s full workout.
Reports suggest that Garcia will play the winger alongside veteran captain Francesco Totti and Adem Ljajic in his three man attacking line for the clash with the San Siro outfit.
As of late, Gervinho hasn’t been able to deliver the same impressive performances for the Lupi as he did last season, but he has managed to score two goals and provide four assists in his 20 Serie A appearances this term thus far.