A few more details have emerged regarding possible friendlies for AC Milan in the next few weeks, according to a report.
Stefano Pioli’s squad are set to reconvene at Milanello on August 24 to begin preseason preparations, but so far there has been virtually no movement regarding renewals, new transfers or even warm-up games.
MilanNews reported on Tuesday how Milan are working to organise two or three friendlies at the beginning of September, and are thinking about a friendly match against Silvio Berlusconi’s Monza, but nothing has yet been made official.
The Rossoneri could also organise a friendly match against a higher-level team from abroad, COVID-19 permitting, before their Europa League qualifiers begin.
According to the latest update, it seems as though the most concrete idea at the moment is a friendly against Novara, while at the moment the idea of a game against Monza is hanging in the balance as the calendars of both Lombardy clubs may not line up correctly.