Inter midfielder Arturo Vidal is hoping to be back from an ankle sprain in time to be available for Inter’s Serie A clash with Bologna on Wednesday.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who report that the 34-year-old is targeting the clash with the Rossoblu to make his return from injury.

Vidal had picked up the ankle sprain during Inter’s win over AC Milan in the Coppa Italia last Tuesday, coming on as a substitute in the second half and then picking up the knock while chasing back on a Milan counterattack.

The Chilean had to miss yesterday evening’s Serie A win over Roma through the injury, but he should not be ruled out for any longer and could be back as soon as the clash with Bologna during the week.

Meanwhile, Felipe Caicedo missed yesterday evening’s match through a gastrointestinal illness, and there are also doubts about his availability for the trip to Emilia-Romagna to face the Rossoblu.