Sky: Pioli set to rotate in defence for Sassuolo game – Romagnoli likely to get the nod

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan boss Stefano Pioli could choose to rotate some players for Wednesday’s game against Sassuolo, particularly in defence.

After ending their four-game winless streak at San Siro with a 2-1 victory over Genoa yesterday, the Rossoneri know that another three points is desperately needed in the push for a top four spot.

According to what is being reported by Manuele Baiocchini for Sky Italia (via MilanNews), there could be a change of line-up and it concerns the rearguard. Pioli’s main centre-back pairing for the home straight will be Simon Kjaer and Fikayo Tomori, a duo that has done very well in these last few matches.

However, in the match against Sassuolo there will be a small rotation as Alessio Romagnoli – who has just come back from a rather long absence due to a muscle problem – should take up a place in the 11 with Kjaer the most likely to be rested at this stage.

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    1. Pioli you want to start stupidity by rotating you back why should hence you know that very well kjaer and tomori are doing well there you want to play your son there you again…

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