Marcelo Brozovic is aiming to be at the disposal of Inter manager Antonio Conte for this weekend’s Serie A match away to Udinese according to a report in today’s print edition of Corriere dello Sport.
The Croatian international central midfielder has missed Inter’s past two games in all competitions as a result of an ankle sprain which he sustained in Inter’s recent 1-1 draw away to Lecce.
This news will come as a welcome boost to Conte who had just two central midfielder available to him for last night’s Coppa Italia quarter final win over Fiorentina.
Roberto Gagliardini was one of the players that missed out and he is likely to miss out again this weekend due to bone edema, a condition where excess fluid builds up in the bone marrow.
Stefano Sensi is also at risk of missing out on the match at the Dacia Arena as well as he deals with a minor calf problem.
The report goes on to add that Danilo D’Ambrosio, Stefan de Vrij and Milan Skriniar should also be back to their best for the match against the Bianconeri. All three players have recently been dealing with fever like symptoms.