Inter Milan wingback Juan Cuadrado will be back in full training tomorrow, having made a partial return to training today.
This according to Italian news outlet FCInterNews.
Former Juventus, Chelsea, and Fiorentina wingback Cuadrado is one of four Inter players currently out with an injury.
The Colombian missed yesterday evening’s Serie A match away to Salernitana. Striker Stefano Sensi and midfielders Stefano Sensi and Davide Frattesi were also out of that match.
Cuadrado has in fact yet to make an appearance for Inter after the September international break.
Heading into that international break, the 35-year-old had appeared in every one of Inter’s matches. He has yet to start for the Nerazzurri, but has made three substitute appearances.
Cuadrado even grabbed an assist for Inter captain Lautaro Martinez.
But during the international break, Cuadrado suffered from some muscle problems. These were found to be tendinitis.
The issue may not be overly serious, but has nevertheless prevented the veteran wingback from getting back on the pitch. The aim has been to avoid taking any risks with his fitness.
Inter Wingback Juan Cuadrado Not Far From A Return To Fitness
According to FCIN, a return to fitness is now not far away for Cuadrado.
The 35-year-old spent today in partial training, the outlet reports.
And tomorrow, FCIN anticipate, Cuadrado should be able to make a return to full training with the rest of the squad.
From there, the question will be how the Colombian responds physically.
There is not much time before Inter face Benfica in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Therefore, the timeline could be overly tight for Cuadrado to return for the group stage clash against the Portuguese champions.
However, the former Bianconeri man could be back for Inter’s final match before the international break. The Nerazzurri face Bologna in Serie A next weekend.