Defender Yann Bisseck is likely to start for Inter Milan in tomorrow evening’s Serie A clash against Lecce.

This according to Italian broadcaster SportMediaset, via FCinterNews. Mediaset also report that Alexis Sanchez could start the match in attack.

Inter coach Simone Inzaghi is still deciding on his starting eleven for Sunday evening’s match in Puglia.

One thing that is certain is that the Nerazzurri will make some changes to his team.

Last Friday Inter played just about the strongest starting lineup possible against Salerntana.

And then, against Atletico Madrid, ditto. The only changes came on the flanks.

But over the next few matches, changes will be much more likely from Inzaghi and Inter.

The reason why is not hard to see. Inter have had just a few days rest after facing Atletico in the Champions League earlier this week.

And then there will be even less time off before the next Serie A match. Inter face Atalanta just three days after travelling to Lecce.

Yann Bisseck To Start For Inter Vs Lecce

Inzaghi is still assessing his players ahead of Sunday’s match.

The 47-year-old has a couple more days in which to firm up his selection decisions. It has now been three days since the match against Atletico, so he can see how the players are holding up.

According to Mediaset, one player who is likely to come into the Inter starting eleven is Bisseck.

The German had enjoyed a run of starts in the month of December.

This came as a raft of injuries in defense left Inzaghi little choice but to give Bisseck his chance, despite the 23-year-old’s relative lack of experience.

And Bisseck put in a very impressive string of performances.

This included against Lecce in December, when the former Aarhus defender scored his first ever goal for Inter.

According to Mediaset, Bisseck will also start in the reverse fixture on Sunday.

Meanwhile, the broadcaster anticipates, there is also a chance that Alexis Sanchez will start.

The question then would be whether the Chilean partners Lautaro Martinez or Marko Arnautovic up front.