Inter Milan goalkeeper Yann Sommer has suffered “pain and swelling” in his ankle after coming off during Switerzland’s friendly match against Denmark.

This according to Swiss broadcaster RSI, via FCInterNews. The broadcaster anticipate the results of medical tests on the 35-year-old today.

Sommer went off with an injury during yesterday’s friendly match with the Swiss national team.

Switzerland faced off against Denmark in a friendly match as the teams prepare for the upcoming Euros.

Sommer suffered his injury during the first half of that match, which he had started.

The 35-year-old moved in a way that twisted the ankle awkwardly.

Sommer went down in some pain. And the Swiss medical staff went over to examine the issue and try to treat it.

Sommer did try to play on following the injury.

But then it became clear that the Inter keeper would not be able to continue, so he came off the pitch as a substitute. Lorient keeper Yvon Mvogo took his place in the 37th minute.

Inter Keeper Yann Sommer Suffers “Pain & Swelling” In Ankle During Denmark Vs Switzerland Friendly

According to RSI, Sommer underwent medical tests on the injury that he suffered not long after coming off the pitch as a substitute.

The results of the tests are not immediately clear.

But what is certain is that the Inter goalkeeper was experiencing a fair amount of pain.

Swiss broadcaster RSI report that despite initially trying to play on, Sommer found that the discomfort would not go away.

Moreover, there was a fair bit of swelling evident after the former Bayern Munich and Borussia Monchengladbach keeper went off.

Now the question will be how many matches, if any, Sommer could miss for his club.

Inter will be aiming to clinch the Serie A title over the remaining nine matches of the season.

And then Sommer will be hoping to be fit to start for Switzerland at the Euros this summer.