AC Milan could reportedly take action as a club following the weekend’s debacle between Tiemoue Bakayoko and Francesco Acerbi.
The club yesterday released an official statement on the matter, clarifying Bakayoko and Kessie’ actions, as the case has now been sent over to the sporting judge for review.
Head coach Gennaro Gattuso was pretty clear after the win over Lazio on his thoughts: “Less social media and more training.”
According to Monday’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport, the club are not in a position to stop their players from using social media, but the Rossoneri could try to limit the activities of their players on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
Possible actions include the club requesting to approve any content that players want to post on their social media account.
Club chiefs could also possibly try to limit the activities of their players on these platforms from a time standpoint, in the hope that less distractions equals more focus.