Inter midfielder Stefano Sensi will undergo tests on his knee tomorrow to determine the extent of an injury suffered following his leaving the pitch during the Nerazzurri’s match against Sampdoria today.
This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, who report that the present assumption is that the 26-year-old will miss at least 3-4 weeks with the knee problem, though this is less than the 3-4 months initially feared.
Sensi came on midway through the second half against Sampdoria at the Marassi in the Serie A clash today, but towards the end of the match he began to feel pain in his knee, and he eventually had to leave the pitch.
The team had to finish the match with ten men, with manager Simone Inzaghi having already made all available substitutions, and hold on for a point.
More worryingly, it looks as though Sensi could once again be suffering an injury setback following two seasons in which injuries have ruled him out of significant amounts of time, though the extent of this problem will be revealed in a scan tomorrow.