Milan Skriniar will need several weeks of recovery before he can resume playing, which suggests that the defender may have already played his final game for Inter.
Inter captain and defender Milan Skriniar has had surgery on his back and is likely to be absent from both legs of the Milan derby in the semi-finals of the Champions League.
The 28-year-old Slovakian is anticipated to sign with Paris Saint-Germain without a transfer fee at the conclusion of the season. He hasn’t played since the middle of March.
His final appearance was on March 14th as a substitute during the second leg of the Champions League last-16 matchup against Porto. According to a statement from Inter, Milan Skriniar had endoscopic surgery on his lumbar spine at the Clinique du Sport in Merignac.
Inter said in a statement: “Milan Skriniar underwent endoscopic surgery on his lumbar spine yesterday at the Clinique du Sport in Merignac.
“The Inter defender will follow a rehabilitation program in the coming weeks.”
It is possible that he has already played his final game for the team. Skriniar has been an essential player for the Nerazzurri ever since he transferred from Sampdoria in 2017. Last year, PSG targeted him and reportedly attempted to sign him in January as well.
There is a widespread belief that Skriniar will depart for Paris at the conclusion of this season. The saga surrounding his expected departure resulted in him losing the captaincy for matchday at Inter.