Inter Milan striker Marko Arnautovic is back at Simone Inzaghi’s disposal, but his future at the club is shrouded in mystery.

The Austrian rejoined the Nerazzurri last summer, 13 years removed from his original stint at Appiano Gentile.

The 34-year-old has been out of action in recent weeks after sustaining a muscular injury against his former employers Bologna on March 9th.

But according to Il Corriere dello Sport via FcInterNews, Arnautovic will return to the fold on Monday.

The former West Ham man is available once again and is ready to offer his contributions against Udinese.

As the source puts it, this will be the first of the eight remaining fixtures where the striker will try to prove his worth.

Inter Milan Striker Marko Arnautovic Facing Uncertain Future

The Roman newspaper recalls how an injury in September derailed the bomber’s campaign. He has only managed to score four goals and produce three assists in 29 appearances this season.

So although he still has another year on his contract, Arnautovic’s future at Inter is far from certain.

As the source notes, the Nerazzurri have already secured the services of Mehdi Taremi for next season. The Iranian will be the first alternative to Lautaro Martinez and Marcus Thuram.

Alexis Sanchez will likely leave following the expiry of his contract. However, the club is looking to add a new profile to the fold. Genoa’s Albert Gudmundsson has emerged as the main candidate for the role, ahead of Napoli’s Giacomo Raspadori.

As for Arnautovic, even if he ends up staying at Appiano Gentile, he will start the campaign at the very bottom of the pecking order, reveals CdS.