Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says midfielder Paul Pogba could face Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu on May 13.
The Frenchman is yet to recover from a hamstring injury suffered last month but is working hard to be in the squad to face Carlo Ancelotti's men in the Champions League.
Allegri also highlighted the importance of tomorrow's game against Torino in today's press conference.
"We still need six points [to win the title]", Allegri said on Saturday.
"Tomorrow we have the derby [against Torino], a very difficult game because it's always a different game when compared with the others.
"They are doing exceptionally well this season, they also did well in Europe and this season they are again fighting to qualify for the Europa League.
"So tomorrow's game will be a difficult one, against a very organised team so we have to be fully focused on the job.
"With the only exception of [Patrice] Evra, all players are available. So today we will perform the last training session, actually, the only training session after Wednesday's game [against Monaco] and then I will decide the starting line-up.
"The medical team are doing all they can to have him [Paul Pogba] back for the second leg [against Real Madrid] in the same way they are trying to have back all the other injured players.
"[Kwadwo] Asamoah is responding well to treatment even if he's not in the list of Champions League players. But there are seven league games left and the Italian Cup final where [Claudio] Marchisio and [Alvaro] Morata are suspended, so to have Asamoah back [is a plus].
"Romulo will be back in the squad on Monday. [Martin] Caceres is difficult to have back [before next season] but we need as many players as possible because there are still a lot of games left."