The defender and attacker have been plagued by injury problems during the summer but will be fit for the start of the new Liga season
Real Madrid duo Cristiano Ronaldo and Sergio Ramos are expected to return to full training on Tuesday, after recovering from minor injury problems.
Ramos – who is yet to sign a new contract at the Santiago Bernabeu following interest from Manchester United – missed Sunday’s friendly at Valerenga due to a knock he suffered against Bayern Munich in last week’s Audi Cup.
Ronaldo, meanwhile, picked up a back problem prior to the pre-season tournament in Germany, thus ruling him out of the subsequent trip to Norway.
However, neither player was viewed as a doubt for the start of Real’s domestic campaign against Sporting Gijon on August 23 and both are now set to join up with their team-mates for training on Tuesday having worked on their fitness at Ciudad Real Madrid.
The pair could now feature in the Santiago Bernabeu Trophy against Galatasaray next Tuesday.