Inter Milan on Tuesday said Chile forward Alexis Sanchez will see a specialist in Barcelona to determine if he needs surgery for a serious ankle injury sustained on international duty.
Sanchez hobbled off in the 88th minute of a goalless draw in the friendly against Colombia in Alicante on Saturday.
He underwent medical tests in Milan on Tuesday which revealed damage to a tendon in his left ankle.
Inter said Sanchez, 30, will travel to Barcelona to consult with surgeon Professor Ramon Cugat on Wednesday to establish whether an operation is required.
Chile coach Reinaldo Rueda said on Monday he that the forward could be out for up to three months.