AC Milan head coach Stefano Pioli has made the decision to proceed with Andrea Conti and Theo Hernandez as his full-backs, a report claims.
Under Marco Giampaolo, the Rossoneri started the season with Davide Calabria on the right and Ricardo Rodriguez on the left, but now it has all changed as the pair have found themselves relegated to a spot on the bench.
According to Tuttosport (via MilanNews.it), it is possible that Calabria could look for a ‘solution’ in January considering his potential lack of game time, while the same can also be said for Rodriguez.
The Swiss international is ‘not lacking in admirers’, the report adds, with Borussia Dortmund and Schalke being credited with interested.
Should Calabria leave then Milan will be forced to intervene and sign a new right-back, with Tuttosport claiming that Mehmet Zeki Celik of Lille and Djibril Sidibe of Everton (on loan from Monaco) are the two players being considered.