Goalkeeper Ederson is reportedly in contention for Manchester City's game with Chelsea at the weekend after returning to training on Thursday.
The 26-year-old has not played since going off with a muscular problem earlier this month in City's Champions League game with Atalanta.
Claudio Bravo and Kyle Walker were forced to deputise in Ederson's absence, with Pep Guardiola's men drawing 1-1 with their Italian opponents and losing 3-1 to title rivals Liverpool before the international break.
Sky Sports News reports that the Brazilian was back training on Thursday and that if all goes well on Friday, he will be in contention to start Saturday evening's clash with the Blues.
Ederson, who has kept five clean sheets in 11 games this season, was not included in Tite's squad for Brazil's recent friendlies with South Korea and Argentina.