While the uncertainty persists over the likes of Mike Maignan and Divock Origi, some good news has emerged regarding the condition of Davide Calabria.
As Corriere dello Sport (via MilanNews) points out today, Calabria’s last appearance for Milan dates back to 1 October when the Rossoneri were away at Empoli and won thanks to Fode Ballo-Tourè’s winner in added time.
During the first half of that game, Stefano Pioli lost both of his right side starters Calabria and Alexis Saelemaekers one after the other. The Belgian returned to action in Dubai with a solid performance against Liverpool, but for the captain the recovery times are a bit more cautious.
Since yesterday, however, Calabria has been training with the rest of the squad again and seems ready to put real minutes into his legs. The first chance will be on 30 December when Milan will be in the Netherlands to challenge PSV in a friendly, a few days before the season resumed on January 4 against Salernitana.