Inter's Figo ready to return from broken leg
ROME, Feb 8 (Reuters) - Luis Figo is ready to return for leaders Inter Milan at Catania on Sunday after missing three months with a broken leg.
'I have healed. I'm not up to match rhythm, but I feel ready to return, maybe in the next league game, or the one after,' the Portuguese midfielder told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
'If I don't play, I can't regain the match fitness I lack.'
Brazilian defender Maicon and midfielder Cesar are injury doubts but defender Marco Materazzi should be available after missing Italy's 3-1 win over Portugual in a friendly midweek with a back problem.
France midfielder Patrick Vieira is suspended for being sent off against Empoli last week and Dejan Stankovic is sidelined with a leg muscle strain.