Inter Milan are hoping to have Davide Frattesi available for Saturday’s clash with Bologna.
The Italy international suffered a muscle injury in the defeat at Sassuolo 10 days ago and missed the Serie A clash with Salernitana and the Champions League win over Benfica in midweek.
He trained on Friday and boss Simone Inzaghi will decide whether to risk him for Bologna’s visit to the San Siro.
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Marko Arnautovic did not train with the group and will miss out.
Inter sit top of Serie A on goal difference ahead of their rivals AC Milan after a strong start to the season.
Defender Carlos Augusto is loving life at the San Siro following his loan move from Monza.
The 24-year-old Brazilian has featured nine times for his new team and already knows what is expected.
“It’s going very well,” he said in an interview with DAZN, reported by La Gazzetta Dello Sport.
“The group and the staff have helped me a lot to get used to the new surroundings as best as possible and I’m very happy to help my team-mates. We are a family where everyone helps each other and for this reason, we are doing well.
“Inter aims to always win in all competitions, we want the title, but also the Italian Cup and to get as high as possible in the Champions League, this is what this team is, we want to win everything, always.”
Bologna have only lost once this season – a 2-0 reverse to AC Milan – so they will present a difficult challenge to Inter.
However, they will be without injured trio Stefan Posch, Jhon Lukumi, and Adama Soumaoro.