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Juan Cuadrado is likely to miss this weekend’s clash with Torino, and could be out even longer, as the Inter winger continues to suffer from hamstring problems.
The former Fiorentina and Juventus player had been absent for several weeks when he returned to the bench against Bologna. However, during the international break, the inflammation of the Achilles tendon in his left leg flared up again. Inter’s medical staff have announced that they will be following a specific rehabilitation program for the Colombian to avoid a flare-up of the inflammation. His condition will be assessed next week, which means he will certainly miss the match against Torino and most probably also the Champions League clash with RB Salzburg. Cuadrado is 35 years old and has played just four competitive games for Inter since arriving as a free agent from Juventus this summer, with a total of 97 minutes of soccer on the pitch.