Inter Milan ace Kwadwo Asamoah used to the coronavirus lockdown to regain full fitness and ready to pay part of the title charge when the Serie A returns this month.
According to a report by Tuttosport, the Ghana international has been involved in full scale training since clubs in Italy got the green light to return to the pitch.
''The forced stop helped him recover, given that the medical staff, after the match against Juventus on 8 March, had decided not to undergo surgery, preferring conservative therapy,'' reports Tuttosport, as quoted by FCInter1908.
''The long break obviously benefited the wide player, who is now ready to go back to action. In the last month he has been training well, in a group, coping with the changing rhythms of the sessions.''
But Asamoah looks down the pecking order on the left flank with Ashley Young, Cristiano Biraghi and Danilo D’Ambrosio ahead of him.