Italy boss Roberto Mancini may decide not to use Inter midfielder Stefano Sensi for the upcoming Nations League fixtures due to his repeated injuries, according to a report in the Italian media.
As has been reported by Corriere della Sera, Stefano Sensi was in line to start for Italy against Lithuania on Wednesday evening but he suffered a slight calf injury that kept him out of proceedings. That meant Roberto Mancini had to use Jorginho more than he initially wanted to.
The injury appears to be very minor as he is now in the frame to start against Sampdoria this weekend. That begs the question as to whether Stefano Seni is too quick to decide he is unable to play.
According to Transfermarkt, Stefano Sensi has missed 349 days due to injury over the past five seasons and has only played 30 Serie A games over the past two years, showing how injury prone he is.