AC Milan will be without the suspended Hakan Calhanoglu for Saturday’s trip to the San Paolo to face Napoli.
As highlighted by Corriere della Sera on newsstands this morning, Gennaro Gattuso was hoping that the Turkey international would be out against Genoa and then be available for Napoli.
The postponement of the challenge against the Grifo, however, has in fact messed up the plans of Rino.
The latest report from CorSera states that the 4-3-3 formation will not change, and the idea of playing Fabio Borini is Calhanoglu’s place has not convinced Gattuso.
As a result, it is likely that we will see Giacomo Bonaventura start on the left flank, despite him having played central midfield for most of last season
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