Inter midfielder Stefano Sensi has already commenced his pre-season preparations, a couple days prior to the rest of the squad convening for training today.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the 25-year-old is hoping to put the past two injury-hit campaigns behind him and start next season positively.

Today is the opening of the Nerazzurri’s official pre-season training camp, where those squad members not on vacation or still playing with their international teams will join manager Simone Inzaghi for the first time, with the rest of the squad trickling in as they become available.

Sensi, however, is thought to be anxious to get himself in ideal condition for the upcoming season as quickly as possible, and has already begun his preparations.

The 25-year-old Italian will hope to make a positive impression on his new manager and establish himself firmly in future plans at the Giuseppe Meazza.

Sensi arrive in the summer of 2019, and despite impressing early on he has struggled to show more than flashes of his true talent since due to unfortunately-timed injuries, though he is still considered a player that the club would like to continue on with.