MN: Kjaer sustains thigh injury in Milan’s clash against Juve – the latest

By Isak Möller -

AC Milan secured one point away at Juventus this evening and they remain unbeaten after four league games. It wasn’t all good news, though, as Simon Kjaer was forced to leave the game early with an injury. 

The Danish centre-back was subbed off after just 36 minutes and there didn’t seem to be any obvious incident behind the injury. It did indeed look like he pulled something and that has been confirmed by the first reports.

According to MilanNews, Kjaer had a problem with the flexor muscles in his right thigh. He will undergo tests in the coming days to determine the extent of his injury. Most likely, he will miss the Venezia clash on Wednesday.

Alessio Romagnoli and Fikayo Tomori should thus partner up at the back and that isn’t a disaster for Milan, with tonight’s clash in mind. However, it’s also clear that the Rossoneri already have a few injuries and don’t want any more.

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Tags AC Milan Juventus Simon Kjaer

5 Comments

  1. Olas says:

    This is the reason why pioli need to start using Gabbia. He need to be in good shape. I want to believe by now, Gabbia should be playing like tomori and one day we should be expecting tomori and gabbia to be at the back line for Milan. Forzamilano

  2. SamsonNite says:

    The old guys get injured one by one. The campaign just started. I hope we can manage it.

  3. Maxwell says:

    This man should give Gabia a chance in our next match…… That boy is very good.
    Tomori should take a rest.

  4. Lumi says:

    Pioli should stop messing around with the line up and keep people match fit. Kjaer NEEDED rest after Liverpool and yet he played him high up in a back 3 constantly under pressure to recover their fast forwards! dude needs to clear his head

  5. Sebastiaan says:

    Let’s us not playing by taking risk in our hands before we found our team in injuries. Let’s those who needs rest

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