Nolito touches the ball and faces the final stretch of his recovery

The Sanlúcar wants to play before the end of the season after having broken his fibula three months ago.


Nolito's presence in one part of the training was the best news of a Sevilla that has returned to work today with long faces after the defeat against Valencia. The Sanluqueño broke the fibula two and a half months ago in Bilbao, being the Estimated period of three months, but seems to have shortened deadlines in order to help the team before the end of the season.

The one who was absent was André Silva, last minute drop last day and that is being submitted to a 48-hour treatment to try to reach the clash against Alavés next Thursday. It is also difficult for Mercado and Wöber, who both suffered knee goals against Valencia and who are waiting for medical tests to know the extent of their ailment.

On the contrary, Caparrós expects to register with Pablo Sarabia and, with luck, also with the presence of Escudero.



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