Inter midfielder Stefano Sensi is close to finally reaching his optimal condition, after over 12 months of different injuries, according to a report from today’s paper edition of the Rome based newspaper Corriere dello Sport.
The report details how the 25-year-old Italian midfielder started his time in Milan well last season, scoring three goals and providing four assists in the first six games, exciting Inter fans and pundits alike.
In the Derby d’Italia against Juventus in October, he suffered a tear in his abductor muscle, which began a long period on the sidelines.
Sensi then suffered from calf problems, a foot injury and a biceps femoris muscle injury, which ended his season.
This season the former Sassuolo man has featured lightly, missing seven games due to a different muscle injury, but finally managing to maintain a solid level of fitness.
Sensi has made seven appearances across all competitions so far this season, for a total of 182 minutes.
The player is hoping to make a strong impact after the Christmas break, when he can look for a starting spot again.