EINTRACHT Frankfurt have been handed a huge boost ahead of the Europa League final against Rangers in Seville on Wednesday night.

Oliver Glasner, the Eintracht manager, tonight revealed that Jesper Lindstrom, his talented young Danish winger, is set to feature in the game in the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium next week.

Lindstrom has not played for the Deutsche Bank Park side since limping off with a thigh injury in the first leg of the semi-final against West Ham in London last month.

Glasner was doubtful the 22-year-old, who was named Bundesliga Rookie of the Season earlier this week, would be fit to take to the field against Rangers when he spoke to the media on Thursday.

However, the Austrian is optimistic the five-times capped forward will be able to return to training after he responded well to treatment from Eintracht medical staff.

If the former Brondby man, who was influential in the victories over Real Betis and Barcelona in the last 16 and quarter-finals respectively, is available it will increase his club’s chances of lifting the trophy.

Speaking about his £6m summer signing after his side had drawn their final Bundesliga match of the 2021/22 campaign with local rivals Mainz 2-2 at the MEWA Arena, Glasner said: “It looks pretty good.

“He trained individually today, he should take part in parts of the training tomorrow. It would be important for him to have two or three days of training. Then he's ready for the intensity. You can't just get off the massage bench."