Rumored Timetables for Several Injured Milan Stars

The injury crisis is easing up at Milan, even though some essential pieces will stay on the mend for a while longer. Noah Okafor returned in the past game. The next ones will be Marco Pellegrino and backup goalie Marco Sportiello, who have healed up and are working on their conditioning, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs (via OneFootball).

Alessandro Florenzi sat out the past match with a minor issue but will recover quickly. The Rossoneri expect Malick Thiaw and Fikayo Tomori to be back at some point in February.

Instead, Milan won’t have Tommaso Pobega and Pierre Kalulu until the spring. They needed surgery to address their respective thigh problems.

The staff is preparing the new UEFA list. Ismael Bennacer, who was hurt at the beginning of the season, will replace Rade Krunic. Filippo Terracciano will substitute for Matteo Caldara. Matteo Gabbia can be added without excluding anybody since he’s a homegrown player.

Only three modifications are allowed. The Rossoneri would have to pick and choose between newcomers if they made another purchase. They continue to track Alessandro Buongiorno. The fallbacks are Lilian Brassier, who has a €15M price tag, and Tanguy Nianzou Kouassi, who might transfer on an initial loan, Gianluca Di Marzio relays.

Our Take on Milan

With Theo Hernandez showing well centrally and two top defenders not out long-term, signing another man is no longer a pressing necessity, unless it’s an elite one for the future too.

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