CM: Milan make new decision on young defender following recent success

By Isak Möller -

This year has certainly been very special for Milan, currently at the top of the standings despite struggling with many injuries. The core of the team is seemingly strong enough to overcome anything. 

Behind the positive results, of course, is a clear project with an ambitious but realistic goal. Paolo Maldini and his technical department, in hiring Stefano Pioli and signing the right players, have built something beautiful.

A good example of this is Pierre Kalulu, who arrived on a free transfer from Lyon in the summer. The right-back had not made any senior appearances for the French side, but the Rossoneri saw the potential and locked him down quickly.

And as a result of the injury struggles, the 20-year-old was forced to step in alongside Alessio Romagnoli at the back, playing in a position he’s only played in a few times at a youth level. Despite this, he has been a success for Milan.

Therefore, as reported by Calciomercato.com, the Rossoneri have changed their strategy after initially eyeing a loan move for the youngster in January. Kalulu is pleased as well, now getting consistent minutes for the first team.

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2 Comments

  1. Muhammad says:

    We need to stopped consit gaol after we scored. Let keep maintain the goal like before during maldini director errar. W supposed to go back to our normalcy of games.Bcs we have our on traditional game that we have it before.
    We thanks to the management, both directors,couching crews, player’s & supporter’s that wait & resistance’s of the pressure’s that we got at previous. Let keep more efforts forwards. May Almighty Allah be at ourside at anytimes..
    Wishing all the best to starting next in good mood without any injuries sustain..

  2. victor says:

    We must make sure that we keep Kalulu as long as possible. He has shown that he is a star.

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