The Brazilian defender was originally thought to be out for several months, but is now set for a six-week spell on the sidelines instead
have received some welcome news, with reports in Italy claiming that Lucio
is set to return from injury quicker than expected.
The centre-back damaged his ankle during training on Friday
, and it was initially feared that the experienced stopper would be out of action for three to four months, with the official Juve website explaining that he had torn a ligament.
However, Sky Sport Italia
now reports that he could be available again in six weeks' time.
The Old Lady beat Parma 2-0 at home on Saturday, keeping a clean sheet despite the absence of the experience Brazilian.
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