Inter midfielder Stefano Sensi could have a big season, with the 26-year-old ready to impress for both club and country after having struggled with injuries last campaign.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who identify the midfielder as a player whose qualities could shine as he makes himself a part of the plans at Inter and with the Italian national team.

Tuttosport note that Sensi could play as an attacking midfielder behind striker Edin Dzeko against Sampdoria this weekend as he had done against Genoa on the opening day of the season.

They predict that he will excel in the role and that his performances more broadly will benefit from a change of circumstances at the Giuseppe Meazza.

The newspaper considers the impact that former fitness trainer Antonio Pintus had on exacerbating the 26-year-old’s muscle problems, and argues that he will have more regular playing time this season and can build up form as he is likely to be able to put his injury struggles behind him.