Inter forward Joaquin Correa has informed the Inter medical staff that the fitness problem that he picked up yesterday are not a serious injury.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the Argentine called the club to reassure them that he had only been dealing with a minor tweak to his left adductor.
Correa reportedly had a minor fitness problem yesterday which caused him to miss part of the Argentine national squad’s training and put his participation in the Albiceleste’s match against Peru in doubt.
The 27-year-old’s potential injury left some question as to whether he could be ruled out for his club for any length of time.
However, the checks that he underwent yesterday indicated that he had not picked up a serious muscle injury that would cause a spell on the sidelines.
It remains to be seen whether Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni decides to take the 27-year-old on the bench for the Peru clash or gives him a rest in view of the fitness problem yesterday.