The board and the technical committee of Flamengo are worried about the next game of the Libertadores, on the 24th, before the LDU in Ecuador. With the need to score minimally away from home to get the classification, coach Abel Braga prepares the laps of striker Berrio and the Piris midfielder.
Both recover from injury and have returned to train with the rest of the cast. There is a remote chance that the pair will be related to the second game of the final against Vasco, but their use is unlikely. The idea of the technical
been to promote return only in ideal physical condition.
In the case of the Colombian Berrio, who was already Abel's desire to debut at altitude in front of San Jose, the concern is even greater due to a muscle injury, the second of the season. Piris already had a dislocation in the shoulder and returned to be at disposal for the trainings faster. The Paraguayan could also be an option against Vasco to acquire more pace of play.
Piris came to receive a few chances in the season and pleased the coach. He has acted alongside Cuellar or replacing him.
At the end of 2017, Berrío suffered a left knee injury, underwent surgery and stayed away from the lawns for almost a full season. Since then, he has not been able to have a game sequence.
In the preseason, the striker had a problem in the right thigh and was out of the Guanabara Cup, returning to act at the end of February for about 15 minutes, against Portuguese and American, respectively, for the group stage of the Rio Cup.