Udinese striker Antonio Di Natale is set to return to the Zebrette’s lineup after being out with a thigh injury for two weeks.
The 36-year-old suffered a muscle strain in his left thigh during the Bianconeri’s 3-0 loss to Inter on November 3, but is expected to be on the pitch for the club’s next match against Fiorentina on November 24.
According to TuttoUdinese.it, the striker underwent a check up and ultrasound inspection on Monday, as the Serie A side had a rest day, and was declared fit to play by the Friuli medical staff.
The Udinese captain is expected to resume training with the team on Tuesday and could be fully healed before Sunday’s home match against the Viola.
Di Natale has scored four goals in 11 Serie A games thus far as Udinese have struggled this season losing four out of their last five games.