AS Roma are optimistic about the return of Renato Sanches following his injury spell. The Portuguese midfielder, who suffered an initial injury during training and aggravated it in the match against Sheriff Tiraspol, has been sidelined for a month. Fortunately, recent tests indicated the injury was less severe than initially feared, though fear still lingers in Sanches' approach to recovery.
Reports from Corriere dello Sport reveal Sanches' cautious attitude, as he fears aggravating his condition. In response, Mourinho and his team have devised a new recovery plan, allowing Sanches to transition smoothly between bench contributions and starting eleven appearances. Sanches is anticipated to make his comeback in the upcoming match against Monza, marking a hopeful return to Roma's lineup.