Simon Kjaer is working hard on his recovery path and hopes to return as soon as possible, but is making a vital contribution still in the meantime.
MilanNews writes how there could be valid questions about the ability to be a leader even without being able to take to the field with your team-mates and having to watch the games from home, but this is not the case for Kjaer.
The Danish defender underwent checks last week to assess the condition of his right knee, which was operated on in December after a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament that he sustained in the away match against Genoa, and the results showed that everything is going to plan.
Kjaer spoke to Danish media in recent days and with eight games remaining between now and the end of the season and the Rossoneri at the top of the standings, his contribution and moral support is also needed and is being felt.
The aim is to keep the group’s concentration and hunger for victory even higher and he is considered one of the captains of the group, so he felt the need to speak up.