Milan Set for Triple Injury-Related Boost in PSG Match

Milan will get some help from the infirmary to try snapping out of their current rut. Christian Pulisic, Theo Hernandez, and Samuel Chukwueze practiced fully on Sunday after missing the Udinese game, Sky Italy informs.

The trio will be available against PSG for the pivotal fourth game of the Champions League’s group stage. The Rossoneri were embarrassed at the Parc des Princes two weeks ago. They have collected just two points in three fixtures so far. They are at the bottom of the group standings and must gain ground on Borussia Dortmund and Newcastle.

Hernandez and Pulisic sat out the bout with the Friuliani out of precaution. The former picked up an ankle contusion in training and was a late scratch. Instead, the USMNT star suffered a contracture in the Napoli clash. Chukwueze has been out since October 18th because of a thigh strain. He’ll resume providing much-needed offensive depth. Stefano Pioli had to turn to an unusual 4-4-2 scheme against Udinese due to a scarcity of options.

While the Rossoneri will recover three pieces, Rade Krunic is in doubt. He left the last game at half-time because of a thigh injury. There’s optimism Simon Kjaer will recover from muscle fatigue, which sidelined him for the past two contests, but he has yet to resume working regularly with the rest of the Milan group.

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