Some updates have arrived from AC Milan on the conditions of various players who have been frequenting the treatment room in recent days.
According to MilanNews, the club informed the press on the situation of the injured players. They confirmed that Alessandro Florenzi will have to be operated on tomorrow and will have a knee arthroscopy for a meniscal problem. This was determined after an examination in Rome today, and further details will emerge after he has undergone the minor surgery tomorrow.
Meanwhile, midfielders Rade Krunic and Tiemoue Bakayoko have left the medical area and are in the process of getting ready to work with the rest of the squad again.
Junior Messias will be available for the first time ahead of Sunday’s game, while Simon Kjaer is back again. Zlatan Ibrahimovic is also better but will not be available for the game against Atalanta, but Brahim Diaz is fine and will be present in Bergamo.
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If Ibra is better, why is he not available. They need him. This is getting ridiculous.
WTF is with Messias? Horrible this kid showed up not in shape. We need another body. Too many injuries already. Manage needs to bring in Faivre in January and if we offload Kessie – make sure we sign Kamara at all costs. It’s still only September and so many injuries will cost us…
Milan need to quickly bring in creative midfielder, possibly if there’s any on a free transfer.