Serie A: Aina doubtful for Torino’s away clash at Sassuolo
The Nigerian defender, Ola Aina, is set to miss Torino’s trip to Sassuolo on Monday night.
The versatile defender picked up an injury in training and could be sidelined for three weeks.
Torino announced via their official website that the 26-year-old underwent instrumental tests, highlighting a lesion to the left soleus.
Aina recently returned to action for the Maroons after missing action for around three months as a result of a muscle injury.
The Nigeria international could also miss the games against AS Roma and Salernitana.
Aina has made 16 league appearances for the Turin club this season.
He is expected to leave Torino at the expiration of his contract this summer.
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