Republic of Ireland striker Robbie Keane passed fit for Euro 2012

The Tallaght native has been given the all clear to link up with his international teammates after a scan revealed he is fine to play
Robbie Keane will join up with the Ireland squad for training today after a scan revealed that he hasn't suffered a tear on a recent hamstring injury.

There were initial concerns that the LA Galaxy forward could miss out altogether on the European Championship after suffering a hamstring strain. Keane's presence at Malahide for training was confirmed by the FAI who issued a statement about his recent injury.

“Robbie Keane’s scan result came through today and showed all clear with no sign of any tear or blood. He will be assessed when he comes in and should be fine," said the FAI statement.

Keane will be monitored by Ireland's team of physios during training today and is likely to play some part in next week's friendly against Bosnia and Herzegovina in Dublin. The Boys in Green will depart for their Italian training camp next Sunday before taking on Hungary in their final warm up match on June 4.

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