AC Milan are supplying a record 17 players to numerous national teams with Suso and Cutrone making international debut.
Now that the first two rounds of Serie A have come to an end, it’s already international break time. The new AC Milan managed by Vincenzo Montella supplies 17 elements to various national selections scattered around the world. Another demonstration that the rossoneri are doing a good job.
With the 2018 World Cup just one year away the Italian national team has never looked so red and black. Th Azzurri will face Spain in Santiago Bernabeu, in the most important match of group G. A critical match that will probably decide who is going to win the group. An important clash for both teams but also for the individuals. On one side, there are Donnarumma, Bonucci, Romagnoli, Conti and Montolivo who will represent Italy and on the other Suso, who makes his international debut with Spain.
International debut also for the man of the moment, the unstoppable, Patrick Cutrone who again contributed with one goal last nigh against Cagliari. The 19 year old centre forward is set for international action with Italy U21, alongside Davide Calabria and Manuel Locatelli.
Here is the complete list: Calabria, Cutrone, Locatelli (Italy U21), Ricardo Rodriguez (Switzerland), Andre Silva (Portugal), Gabbia (Italy U19), Kalinic (Croatia), Suso (Spain), Calhanoglu (Turkey), Montolivo, Donnarumma, Bonucci, Conti (Italy) Biglia (Argentina), Zapata (Colombia), Kessie (Ivory Coast), Gustavo Gomez (Paraguay).