Striker Marko Arnautovic is targeting a return from injury in next month’s Serie A clash between Udinese and Inter Milan.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews. The newspaper report that Arnautovic is confident of being back to his best for the Euros.

At the moment, Arnautovic is out with a hamstring injury.

The 34-year-old picked up the problem during Inter’s Serie A match against Bologna earlier this month.

Arnautovic had come on as a substitute during the second half of that match.

The Austrian former West Ham United and Stoke City striker played right up until the end. However, he was forced off with a thigh strain in added time after making a defensive run into Inter’s penalty area.

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Arnautovic has missed two matches so far with the thigh strain.

The Austrian was out for Inter’s Champions Legaue round of sixteen second leg away to Atletico Madrid. That match saw the Nerazzurri crash out of Europe’s top club competition on penalties.

And Arnautovic was also on the sidelines for Inter’s Serie A draw against Napoli over the weekend.

It is currently the international break, and Arnautovic is recovering from his injury.

Inter’s first match after the break is at home to Empoli.

According to the Gazzetta, Arnautovic will not be able to be part of the squad for that match. He will still be recovering, and will not rush back.

But the Austrian should be back for the following match. That will be away to Udinese.

The Gazzetta report that Arnautovic is aiming to be at his best for the Euros.

And Austria coach Ralf Rangnick travelled to Milan with the team physio to assess Arnautovic. The coach is confident that Arnautovic can be at his best this summer.