Midfielders Davide Frattesi and Hakan Calahnoglu are both in doubt to be fit for Inter Milan’s Serie A match against Bologna.

This according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews.

Inter return to training today, but according to the Corriere, there are two players who will not be back in full training with the rest of the squad.

One is 24-year-old midfielder Frattesi.

The Italian international experienced some discomfort during warming up in Monday’s Serie A match against Genoa.

This led to Frattesi not coming on as a substitute.

Frattesi has also had to come off just ten minutes after coming onto the pitch against Atalanta last week.

According to the Corriere, the former Sassuolo midfielder will undergo medical tests today.

These will determine Frattesi’s condition and whether he can immediately return to training.

With just a couple days to go before Saturday’s match away to Bologna, it is far from certain that the 24-year-old will be ready to be part of the squad for that match.

Not Just Frattesi – Calhanoglu Also A Doubt For Inter Vs Bologna

Another players whose availability for the match against Bologna is in some doubt is Calhanoglu.

The former AC Milan and Bayer Leverkusen midfielder is still working individually today. He continues on his recovery from a thigh problem.

A return to full training should not be too far on the horizon for Calhanoglu.

But it is not yet clear whether that will come tomorrow, Friday, or after.

The priority with both Frattesi and Calhanoglu will be to not take any risks in view of next week’s Champions League match against Atletico Madrid.

If fit, the pair could get run-outs against Bologna this weekend. That way, they could gain match-fitness ahead of the round of sixteen second leg in Madrid.

But there will certainly not be any excessive risks of worsening their injuries.