In the final game of the season, AC Milan will take on Cagliari at San Siro. The Rossoneri have done really well since the restart and will be looking to finish on a good note, although fifth place is out of reach.
As was announced by Milan just a few minutes ago, Stefano Pioli has named his squad for the clash. 23 players have been called up and as with the starting eleven, the manager hasn’t made many changes.
Goalkeepers: Begović, A. Donnarumma, G. Donnarumma.
Defenders: Calabria, Duarte, Gabbia, Hernández, Kjær, Laxalt.
Midfielders: Bennacer, Biglia, Bonaventura, Brescianini, Çalhanoğlu, Kessie, Paquetá, Saelemaekers, Torrasi.
Forwards: Castillejo, Colombo, Ibrahimović, Leão, Maldini.
Ante Rebic will miss the game and Rafael Leao is expected to replace him on the left-wing, which you can read more about here. Rade Krunic will also miss the game for an unknown reason.
Youngster Emanuele Torrasi has been included and the same goes for Lorenzo Colombo, who missed out last time.
Given that it’s the final game, it remains to be seen if Pioli will give some of the Primavera products a few minutes, such as Daniel Maldini. Of course, though, they would have to be in a comfortable position against Cagliari.