AC Milan’s commitments in three fronts are beginning to multiply starting from this week and Mr. Gennaro Gattuso knows that the Rossoneri must strive to give their best.
It is obvious that a minimum of turnover will be taken into consideration, considering that, on Thursday, AC Milan will be in Bulgaria to challenge Ludogorets in a tricky and tiring trip, while on Sunday night, the Rossoneri will host Sampdoria at San Siro in a direct encounter with the flavor of revenge.
According to what Il Corriere dello Sport reports today it is very likely that coach Gattuso has in mind a plan to build a sort of ‘double Milan’, a team ready for Europe and another more attentive to the championship challenges.
Thursday in Bulgaria there will be a lot of turnover in the starting lineup: Davide Calabria will return, unavailable for the last league match with Spal. In attack, it will be up to Andre Silva, the competition’s top scorer, while one between Hakan Calhanoglu and Giacomo Bonaventura could rest making room for Borini most likely.
Present instead from the first minute Kessie because he is suspended for next Sunday’s game. Changes are expected to be made again for the match against Samp: space for veterans Ignazio Abate and Ricardo Montolivo, while up front it will be the player of the moment Patrick Cutrone to lead the attack.