Ghana winger Albert Adomah will return to training with his English second tier side Middlesbrough on Friday morning seeking to boost the squad ahead of their crucial clash with Fulham this weekend.

Ghana star Adomah will return to training on Friday

Ghana winger Albert Adomah will return to training with his English second tier side Middlesbrough on Friday morning seeking to boost the squad ahead of their crucial clash with Fulham this weekend.

Adomah?s return is a welcome boost for coach Aitor Karanka who is seeking to finalise his Middlesbrough team for Saturday?s visit of Fulham.

The return of the key player will give the Spanish coach the chance to assess whether the jet lagged Ghanaian is fit for Saturday?s action.

Adomah returned to Middlesbrough on Thursday after his heroics for his country on Tuesday when they draw 1-1 with Canada in an international friendly in Washington.

He could not join training because of the long journey and will turn up for training this morning hoping to have recovered from the long journey to be ready for Saturday?s game.

The Boro boss knows the game with the Cottagers marks the start of another hectic run of seven matches inside 22 days so the international fortnight has been important to his side?s recovery process.

However, despite feeling that his squad needed the two week interruption to the Championship?s schedule, he still has some big issues to consider before naming his starting line-up to face Kit Symons? side.

His biggest concerns are Albert Adomah and Cristhian Stuani; both are only due back from international duty with Ghana and Uruguay respectively in the next 24 hours so it could be decided to give them extra recovery time knowing a trip to Cardiff on Tuesday is also on the horizon.

Adomah scored for Ghana in a 1-1 draw with Canada in Washington DC on Tuesday and is only due back to the training ground in the next 24 hours.

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