Inter defender Milan Skriniar has returned to Italy after 21 days in quarantine, but will most likely sit out on Saturday against Parma.

Sky Sport Italia reveals the Slovakia defender has returned to Milan and is currently waiting for the results from the required swab test.

Skriniar, who tested positive for COVID-19 during international duty, is not expected to play this weekend, even if the results come back negative.

However, after Parma on Saturday, he could be in contention for the match against Real Madrid.

Skriniar has missed four games due to the positive test and the quarantine period in Slovakia, including Milan and Genoa in Serie A.

The 25-year-old’s return to Italy means he can see his daughter, born last week, for the first time.

“Welcome princess,” he wrote on Instagram on the day of her birth. “I hope to hug you soon.”

Vitaj medzi nami princeznáverím, že čoskoro ťa budem môcť objať! @barborahr Ďakujem ti ,milujem vás Benvenuto principessa spero ad abbracciarti presto! @barborahr Grazie , Vi amo

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