Gennaro Gattuso will be able to select three key AC Milan players for next weekend’s trip to Parma.
Rossoneri fans are sweating over the injury of their captain Alessio Romagnoli who was forced to leave the pitch during last Saturday’s Serie A clash against Lazio.
However, Gianluca Di Marzio among other sources claims that his condition is not severe and that his injury is not serious.
Romagnoli has picked up a mild leg knock and on Monday he will undergo the usual therapies, and is expected to be fit to face Parma.
Meanwhile, Gianluigi Donnarumma is set to return from a knee problem which forced him off early on against Udinese two weeks back.
There were rumours he would return in time for Lazio, but the 20-year-old seems certain to start at the Stadio Ennio Tardini.
Meanwhile, Davide Calabria will also be fit for the game against Parma, with the full-back having limped off at the same time as Romagnoli. His condition is also thought to be not serious.