By Joe Avicolli
Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic will reportedly miss some training with the capital city club this week after returning from international duty with a calf injury.
The 25-year-old had to be substituted out after playing for 45 minutes in Bosnia-Herzegovina’s 3-0 Euro 2016 qualifier win over Andorra on Sunday due to a knock he picked up, which was initially thought to be an ankle problem, though now it’s clear that it was his right calf that was bothering him.
According to ANSA, the Bosnian returned to Rome on Monday but was unable to join his team-mates in training as he’s set to undergo a series of tests in order to determine the severity of his injury.
While the injury isn’t thought to be serious, it’s still yet to be known if the midfielder will be present in Rudi Garcia’s starting squad for the Giallorossi’s next Serie A clash against newly promoted Frosinone on September 12.