Stefano Sensi’s former manager Massimo Drago has shared his belief that his physique makes him more susceptible to picking up injuries.
The Inter and Italian national team player joined Inter on a season long loan with option to buy from Sassuolo this past Summer and has spent a considerable amount of time on the sidelines.
Sensi made a stellar start to life in Nerazzurri but having sustained an injury in the Derby D’Italia loss to Juventus at San Siro back in October, he has struggled to remain fit and has picked up a number of injuries in the time since.
“His slim physique leads him to suffer too many injuries,” Drago remarked as part of an interview with Italian radio station Radio Musica Television show ‘Taca La Marca’ earlier on today.
Sensi has made 18 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he has scored three goals and provided four assists for his teammates.
Drago, who last managed Reggina, then went on to discuss the differences between Luciano Spalletti’s Inter and Antonio Conte’s Inter.
“They have two different football philosophies, Conte works a lot on the physical and psychological aspect and creates a great synergy with his boys.
“In the results this year Inter have shown that they can have their say although they have suffered too many injuries, including Sensi, who is a player who could have made an even greater contribution. Spalletti did a great job anyway.”