FC Bayern München have been boosted by the news that Robert Lewandowski is back in full training and the player confirmed he is fit to face Real Madrid in Tuesday's Champions League clash.
The Poland international missed the 2-1 quarter-final first leg defeat to Real at the Allianz Arena with a shoulder injury but is now fit and firing for the crucial second leg in Spain.
The club's official website confirmed that the prolific striker, who has scored 38 goals in 40 appearances in all competitions in 2016/17, completed full training on Easter Sunday.
A statement said, "Lewandowski had just completed the full one-hour training session. One week after sustaining a bruised shoulder the Pole joined his team-mates in training, performing rondo drills and passing and shooting exercises without problems."
Meanwhile, the 28-year-old confirmed to FC Bayern TV he was in good condition, "I'm fine. I'm very pleased I was able to take part in training today. Everything's okay."
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