Injury storm begins to recede, 4 Rossoneri players return to training – AC Milan is likely to be reinforced by Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Rafael Leao, Davide Calabria and Ante Rebic in the 19th week of the 2021/2022 Italian League match against AS Roma at the San Siro, Friday (7/1/2022) early morning WIB.

As reported by football-italy, the four Rossoneri players had attended a full training session with his team-mates earlier this week, except for Ante Rebic who was still undergoing separate training last Sunday.

The return to training of these four players is a welcome news for AC Milan coach Stefano Pioli, who faced an injury storm at the end of last year before the half-time break of the Italian League season.

Rafael Leao, Ante Rebic and Davide Calabura have muscle problems, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic picked up a left knee injury ahead of the match against Empoli some time ago.

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Although four players were able to return to training, AC Milan was forced to lose Simon Kjaer, who was sidelined until the end of the season due to injury.

In addition, Fode Ballo-Toure, Franck Kessie and Ismael Bennacer will miss at least until next February because they will compete with their respective countries in the Africa Cup of Nations.

Stefano Pioli hopes that the four players can recover soon and can be fielded when they have to deal with AS Roma later.

AC Milan itself is certainly eyeing victory in order to keep the distance from Inter who are at the top of the standings.

Currently the Rossoneri are in second place with 42 points from 19 matches, or four points behind Inter Milan who are at the top.

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Source: – Berita Bola, Jadwal, Skor & Liga Eropa by

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