Striker Lautaro Martinez and wingback Federico Dimarco will be back in full training for Inter Milan tomorrow.
This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews.
Martinez and Dimarco have both missed Inter’s last two matches.
The pair were out of the team in Serie A matches at home to Lecce and away to Genoa.
Whilst their absence wasn’t felt too much as the team beat Lecce, the draw away to the Rossoblu certainly saw the Nerazzurri struggle to find their best without two key starters in the side.
In attack, Marcus Thuram was not able to play at his best without his usual strike partner.
And whilst Brazilian international Carlos Augusto has had some impressive performances this season, against Genoa was not one of them.
Augusto struggled to really act as a creative outlet the way Dimarco.
As such, the Nerazzurri did not manage their usual quality on the left.
Lautaro & Dimarco To Return To Full Training For Inter Tomorrow
Naturally, Inter will want both of Martinez and Dimarco back as soon as possible.
And according to the Gazzetta, returns for both are right on the horizon.
Neither of the duo were able to make a full return to training yesterday. They worked individually on their recovery programs rather than training with the rest of their teammates.
And today as well, both Martinez and Dimarco will work individually rather than returning to training.
But tomorrow, the Gazzetta anticipate that both of the pair will be back.
This will mean that both the Argentine and the Italian will have a couple days in which to prepare, get back up to speed, and regain fitness ahead of Saturday’s Serie A clash with Hellas Verona.
Starts in that match might not be a complete certainty for either. But it looks increasingly probable.