Given the great difficulty that Roma is having in the league at the moment, with the victory missing from 3 games, now all the lights for the Giallorossi will be on starting from Thursday, when they will be guests of theAjax in the first leg of the quarter-finals of the Europa League. The first of the two challenges with the lancers is scheduled at 9 pm atAmsterdam ArenA, while the return to the Olympic Stadium, a week later, on Thursday 15 April. From the training point of view, Paulo Fonseca could change a lot, starting with Edin Dzeko and Jordan Veretout, both of whom will return from the first minute. The first will take the place of Borja Mayoral who is experiencing a bad period, the second is back from injury but will have to recover the best form. To be seen if Chris Smalling will also be there.
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For Erik ten Hag’s team, however, there doesn’t seem to be good news. The lancers played today in the Eredivisie, winning at Heerenveen and consolidating their leadership. But Thursday’s great ex wasn’t in the goal, that is Maarten Stekelenburg, but the very young class of 2000 Kjell Sharpen, making his debut in the Dutch top flight. The former Giallorossi goalkeeper has remedied a knee problem in the warm-up of the game he should have played today. Its conditions will therefore be evaluated in the coming days, remaining in doubt for Thursday’s match against Roma.
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