Manchester City have received a double injury boost with the return of Kevin de Bruyne and Samir Nasri back to full training, according to reports from the Daily Mail.
De Bruyne sustained a knee injury against Everton back in January, while Nasri has not played since October due to a reoccurring hamstring problem.
However, both De Bruyne and Nasri are now in contention to face Bournemouth this weekend, with the Citizens looking to turn around their recent poor form in the last quarter of the season.
Their hopes of winning the league title are slim following their recent 1-0 loss to Manchester United, but City are the only English team left in the UEFA Champions League and are likely to focus their attention on winning Europe’s elite competition.
The Sky Blues will face Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg next Wednesday, with the return fixture only a week later on April 13th.
De Bruyne, 24, has made 35 appearances this season, while Nasri has only featured eight times this term.