Sneijder unlikely to feature against Juventus, admits Stramaccioni

The midfielder recently returned to the training pitch after a one-month layoff, but next Saturday's encounter might come too soon for him to make his comeback
Inter trainer Andrea Stramaccioni has revealed that Wesley Sneijder is unlikely to be fully match fit in time for the Nerazzurri's crunch clash against Juventus.

The Netherlands international has been out of action ever since picking up a thigh injury in the 2-0 win over Chievo on September 26, but recently resumed training again.

However, Stramaccioni has no intention of rushing his playmaker's comeback and feels the game in Turin will come too soon for Sneijder.

"I don’t think he’ll make it for Turin. It’s senseless to force it if we just risk losing him again," Stramaccioni said at a press conference.

Sneijder has made five Serie A appearances for Inter so far this term, scoring one goal in the process.