Ousmane Dembele is part of Barcelona’s squad to face Manchester United in Wednesday’s Champions League quarter-final.
The French international winger hasn’t featured for Ernesto Valverde’s men since injuring a hamstring in the 5-1 win over Lyon in the last 16 on March 13.
But after receiving medical clearance to take part in training on Monday, the £105million forward has been named among a 22-man travelling party.
Barca boss Valverde is hoping that the ex-Borussia Dortmund star shows no ill effects in the next 48 hours and can be named on the substitutes’ bench at Old Trafford.
Dembele, 21, struggled amid injury problems last season but has been impressive this term, scoring 14 goals in 35 games.
That figure, of course, pales in comparison to the 43 goals scored by captain Lionel Messi, who has made European glory his chief aim this year.
The Argentine and strike partner Luis Suarez have scored a remarkable 66 goals between them this term, and both notched late to secure a 2-0 win over Atletico Madrid at the weekend.
That result moved the Catalans 11 points clear of Atleti in La Liga, to all but secure another Spanish championship.
Philippe Coutinho is also named and will hope to start in midfield, with Valverde to decide between he and Arturo Vidal for the spot alongside first-choice trio Ivan Rakitic, Sergio Busquets and Arthur.
The Spanish coach must also decide who partners Pique in defence, having preferred Clement Lenglet to Samuel Umtiti at the weekend.
Jean-Clair Todibo is part of the squad, despite not being eligible.