Inter Milan Defender Milan Skriniar Pulls Out Of Slovakia Euro 2024 Qualifier Due To Injury, Italian Media Report
Inter defender Milan Skriniar will almost certainly have to pull out of the Slovakian national team for the two EURO 2024 qualifiers during the break due to injury.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews, who report that the 28-year-old will report to his national team’s training camp, but that his back injury will mean that he is unable to participate in either of the two matches against Luxembourg and Bosnia and Herzgovina.
Skriniar has been called up for Slovakia’s national team during the international break, with the 28-year-old Nerazzurri man the team’s current captain following the retirement of former Napoli midfielder Marek Hamsik from international football last year.
The former Sampdoria midfielder is almost certain to have to pull out due to injury, however, and is likely to report to Milan to continue his recovery.
Skriniar has been dealing with a back injury which has kept him out of all of the Nerazzurri’s last four Serie A matches, whilst he had only made a cameo appearance in the second half against Porto in the Champions League.