Inter’s Uruguayan international midfielder Matias Vecino has resumed full training with the rest of the Nerazzurri first team squad, Italian media reports today.

According to today’s print edition of Rome based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, the former Fiorentina man will most likely not be joining the rest of the Inter squad on their trip to the Italian capital to play Roma in the Serie A tomorrow at 12.30 CET at the Stadio Olimpico.

Matias Vecino has just resumed training with the rest of the group after almost a six month absence due to a knee injury which forced him to undergo surgery.

Instead, a more realistic goal is that Vecino will travel with the rest of the squad to Florence for the Coppa Italia clash against Fiorentina this coming Wednesday, the report continues.

Vecino has been rumored to be on his way out from Inter but recent reports have stated that Inter coach Antonio Conte will reintegrate him in the squad after Radja Nainggolan was sent on loan to Cagliari.