Most of the Recent Injuries to Serie A Stars Are Minor

The international break has been a cause of concern for multiple clubs, but most of the latest physical injuries suffered by Serie A aces are mild. Federico Chiesa could be present in Saturday’s clash with Lazio as his tests came back clean, OneFootball informs.

Mike Maignan and Theo Hernandez practiced on the side with France for a few days because they weren’t 100 percent. They both returned to full training in the last two days. Instead, Pierre Kalulu is tentatively questionable for the Derby because of a thigh problem.

Juan Cuadrado subbed off at halftime in the Venezuela game, but his conditions aren’t worrying. He’s dealing with an inflammation and not a muscular issue. Alexis Sanchez is fit to play despite being diagnosed with anemia after flying to Chile. Coach Eduardo Berizzo weighed in.

“He undertook all the necessary tests, so we had to wait for him to be available. He has passed them and is in perfect condition.”

Napoli and Roma are dealing with new injuries too. Matteo Politano returned from international duties early because he pulled his soleus muscle, Napoli announced. He might have to sit a game or two, Goal relays. Gianluca Mancini is awaiting the test results on his sore thigh.

Boulaye Dia sustained a rectus femoris strain playing with Senegal and will be out for a while. Lassana Coulibaly left the Mali camp early too. His problem is reportedly traumatic and not muscular, Tuttomercatoweb relays.

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