Inter coach Antonio Conte could see the returned of two injured players, Stefano Sensi and Matteo Politano, in next week’s league clash against SPAL, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Milano based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Nerazzurri will have a reduced squad tonight against Torino, the report details, with Conte not having Sensi, Roberto Gagliardini, Kwadwo Asamoah, Politano and Alexis Sanchez available for the game. Therefore, the 50-year-old Italian coach is likely to bring 17-year-old Frenchman Lucien Agoumé to the game in order to have more midfield options on the bench, apart from the scarcely used Borja Valero, who has only played one minute so far this season.
Furthermore, the report suggests that neither Sensi nor Politano will be ready for Tuesday’s Champions League battle against Slavia Prague, a vital game in the competition for the Nerazzurri. Due to only having seven players allowed on the bench, Conte will only bring players fully fit that could change the game, rather than taking a risk by bringing the still injured Sensi.