Inter Milan midfielder Davide Frattesi has returned to training while gunning for a return against Bologna.
Last Friday, the club announced that the Italian sustained a slight strain during last week’s encounter against his former club Sassuolo.
The 24-year-old missed last weekend’s trip to Salerno. He also had to skip this week’s Champions League clash against Benfica. The Nerazzurri emerged victorious on both occasions.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInterNews, Frattesi has now returned to training. He’s currently working separately, similar to Marko Arnautovic and Stefano Sensi.
As the source explains, the former Sassuolo man will be hoping to shake off his injury before his team’s meeting against Bologna this weekend.
The Nerazzurri will host Thiago Motta’s side at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
The report says Frattesi would have to return to team training in the next two days if he wishes to receive a call-up for the next encounter.
The club’s medical staff will carefully examine his condition. As the source insists, the club won’t take any risks.
Inter Milan Midfielder Davide Frattesi Is Pushing For A Return Vs Bologna
So if Frattesi fails to prove his fitness ahead of Saturday’s meeting, his return would ensue following the October international break. The Nerazzurri will take on Torino away from home on October 21.
The midfielder has thus far contributed with a single goal and an assist in his seven appearances this season.
The Italian international joined the club in the summer on loan from Sassuolo with an obligation to buy at the end of the season.