When Barcelona takes on Real Madrid in a LaLiga match on October 28, both Pedri and Robert Lewandowski should be available for selection.
Pedri hurt his thigh in late August while practicing, and Robert Lewandowski hurt his left ankle earlier this month while playing in the Champions League match against FC Porto.
Since it is not a muscular issue, The Athletic reports that Lewandowski should get better soon.
The Catalan giants’ Pedri, on the other hand, is getting close to returning to action after missing the last 10 matches.
Frenkie de Jong (midfielder) and Jules Kounde (defender) are out for the season, but they are expected to return before the crucial El Clasico on October 28.
Raphinha is also on the mend and might be included in the starting lineup against Los Blancos.