Ciro Immobile’s injury scare is expected to be minor as the Italian International has only suffered a first grade biceps femoris injury.
Immobile was forced off the field with a thigh injury in Sunday’s 1-0 away victory over Torino and the initial injury looked fairly serious.
However, earlier today Immobile had a scan at the Paideia clinic to learn the severity of his injury but according to La Repubblica he has only suffered a first grade strain.
A first grade strain usually results in the sufferer needing between two and four weeks out of action before returning; so there is a chance Immobile will return for the final game of the Serie A season, in which the Aquile host Inter at the Stadio Olimpico.
The match is expected to decide who will take fourth spot in the league and qualify for next season’s Champions League.
In addition to this the match could also decide who is crowned Capocannoniere, as Immobile is currently in the lead on 29 goals, followed by Inter’s Captain Mauro Icardi who has 27.