Salernitana will be without the likes of forward Franck Ribery and striker Federico Bonazzoli when they travel to the San Siro to face Inter in Serie A on Friday.
This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello SPort, who also report that midfielder Ivan Radovanovic should likely be fit to play from the start.
Ribery had been involved in a car accident over the weekend, and the Frenchman sustained minor injuries which will be enough to see him miss around a week of action, meaning that he will not be ready to face the Nerazzurri.
Meanwhile, striker Bonazzoli is still completing his recovery process from a muscle injury, and the 24-year-old does not look to be anywhere near far along enough that he would be ready to return in time to face his old club Inter.
The Corriere also report that former Genoa and Roma winger Diego Perotti could play from the start in place of Ribery.