Inter midfielder Stefano Sensi should, according to Sky Sport Italia, return after the national break and has been given a personalised training programme to avoid further setbacks.
The former Sassuolo star has struggled with injuries since his move to the Nerazzurri in July 2019, but he convinced enough to get a permanent switch in September.
He has only played three games in 2020-21, starting only the 5-2 win over Benevento in Serie A Week 2, and has yet to appear in the Champions League this term.
Sensi is currently out with muscular problems and the broadcaster reveals the medical staff has designed a personalised programme for the 25-year-old.
He should, however, be back after the upcoming international break, as he reportedly needs 15 days to recover.