Friday Jun 05, 2020. 09:00
Kwadwo Asamoah will be like a new signing for Internazionale when the Serie A campaign resumes later this month, according to a report in Italian daily newspaper Tuttosport.
The Ghanaian wingback has spent much of the season on the sidelines due to injury but the coronavirus-enforced break has allowed the veteran to recover and return to full training.
“The forced stop helped him recover, given that the medical staff, after the match against Juventus on 8 March, had decided not to undergo surgery, preferring conservative therapy,” reports Tuttosport, as quoted by FCInter1908.
“The long break obviously benefited the wide player, who is now ready to go back to action. In the last month he has been training well, in a group, coping with the changing rhythms of the sessions.”
With Asamoah back, Inter manager Antonio Conte now has another option to rely upon on the left flank, where he already has Ashley Young, Cristiano Biraghi and Danilo D’Ambrosio.
However, the Turin-based news outlet goes on to state that it remains to be seen what will happen to Asamoah in the coming months given he has just a year left on his current deal with the club.