Inter midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu is all ready to play in tomorrow’s Serie A clash with Juventus, while forward Joaquin Correa is a doubt.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that Calhanoglu has been in full training for the past two days but that Correa will have to be assessed for the recurrence of a muscle problem.
Calhanoglu had been restricted to an appearance from the bench against Lazio last weekend while he was not included in the squad for Tueday’s Champions League clash with Sheriff Tiraspol.
However, the Turkish midfielder looks to have gotten over the ankle injury which he picked up on international duty and which ruled him out of the Sheriff clash, and having trained normally for the past two days he will be in contention to start against the Bianconeri tomorrow.
Meanwhile, Correa looks to have suffered a recurrence of the muscle problem that he had experienced while on international duty with Argentina, and he is a serious doubt for tomorrow’s match.