Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar is back in full training ahead of this weekend’s Serie A clash with Torino and then the Champions League final against Man City next month.

This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, via FCInterNews, who also report Danilo D’Ambrosio is back in training.

Skriniar is now fit enough to train normally after recovering from his surgery last month.

After having spent the last few weeks working on an individual recovery program, the Slovakian can train with his teammates.

Now, the question is whether or not Skriniar will be fit enough to play against Torino. The Nerazzurri play away to the Granata in their final league match of the season on Saturday evening.

Inter Defender Skriniar Could Be Ready For Torino & Man City Clashes

Skriniar’s coach Simone Inzaghi has already predicted that the defender could be fit to face Torino.

Then, the big question will be whether or not Skriniar can play in the Champions League final against City on June 10.

There is hardly hope of the 28-year-old starting that match. However, it looks as though Skriniar could play a role off the bench.

The next few days of training will play a decisive role in determining Skriniar’s fitness. Now that the former Sampdoria man is back training with the rest of the squad, it should quickly become obvious whether or not he’ll be ready for Torino.

Mkhitaryan & Correa Also Targeting Returns In UCL Final

Sky also report that midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan and forward Joaquin Correa are targeting returns against City.

Both of the pair are currently recovering from injuries. However, both are aiming to be ready for the Champions League final.

Lastly, Sky report that defender Danilo D’Ambrosio completed a normal training session today.

The 34-year-old had come off injured during the Nerazzurri’s Serie A clash with Atalanta over the weekend. However, according to Sky, there is no serious injury problem.

D’Ambrosio should be fit to be part of the squad to face his former team Torino.