AC Milan head coach Marco Giampaolo will reportedly change both full-backs for Thursday’s game against Torino.
The Rossoneri will make the trip north to Turin later in the week looking to put memories of Saturday night’s Derby della Madonnina defeat to Inter firmly in the back of their mind.
Marcelo Brozovic and Romelu Lukaku each scored second half goals for the Nerazzurri as they beat their city rivals 2-0 at San Siro.
The result means that Giampaolo’s side have now lost two of their opening four Serie A fixtures, scoring just twice in the process and only once from open play.
Davide Calabria was banned for the game against Inter due to the red card he picked up against Hellas Verona, but Sky Italia (via MilanNews.it) report that he will come back in to replace the unimpressive Andrea Conti.
Meanwhile, the time has finally come for Theo Hernandez to start over Ricardo Rodriguez – the report adds – with the Frenchman having fully recovered from his injury and even making a substitute appearance in the derby.
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