Inter defender Milan Skriniar is set to undergo medical tests on the injury that forced him off in the first half of the Slovak national team’s Nations League clash with Kazakhstan yesterday.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, who report that the 27-year-old looks to have picked up an injury to his thigh flexors, and that exams should reveal more about the extent of the injury.

Skriniar had to be substituted off late on in the first half of his team’s 1-0 loss to Kazakhstan yesterday, with the defender having appeared to have been in some pain.

Initial indications were that the injury was to the Slovak’s thigh flexors, but more detailed examinations should yield more information about the scope of the problem.

It remains to be seen how the injury could affect Skriniar’s preparations for next season if at all, with the Nerazzurri’s scheduled to return to preseason training at the start of next month.