AC Milan boss Stefano Pioli made out-of-favour trio Suso, Lucas Paqueta and Krzysztof Piatek train in front of an almost empty San Siro after Sunday’s win over Udinese, a report claims.
Ante Rebic was the hero for Milan as he netted a double – including a 93rd minute winner – to secure a 3-2 victory win over the Bianconeri.
A crowd of over 60,000 at San Siro were treated to quite a spectacle in Sunday’s matinee, as Milan pegged back Udinese through Rebic after Jens Stryger Larsen’s opener.
Theo Hernandez’s strike looked to have sealed the win for the Rossoneri inside the final 20 minutes, but then Kevin Lasagna again looked like being Milan’s kryptonite with a late equaliser, however Rebic had other ideas as he netted a 93rd minute winner.
According to MilanLive.it, Paqueta, Piatek and Suso – all unused substitutes – were instructed by Pioli to go out and train after the game in front of a virtually empty San Siro.
The report adds that the €100m trio (between actual and potential value) are on the market having seemingly found themselves on the fringes of the club’s plans.