Milan, Gazzetta: “Tonali’s injury, that’s how long he’ll be off the pitch”

MILAN, GAZZETTA- Gazzetta itself reports Tonali’s recovery times for the return to the field after the injury that hit him in a friendly match.

Milan, Gazzetta: “Tonali’s injury, that’s how long he’ll be off the pitch”

“Derby is safe The muscular trouble stopped him after six minutes of the friendly match in Vicenza: the eight Rossoneri comes out in pain, he touches the upper part of his thigh. He slips into the locker room even before Krunic gets to midfield to take his place. The problem is in the left thigh flexor but requires specific checks fixed during the day. They could also rule out the damage and put Sandro back in the group from tomorrow, after the rest day: so he would be available already on Saturday. Possibility? They seem a few. Looking with optimism, if it were a simple resentment, the first would be missing, but the second would be good: at Atalanta on Sunday 21 August. If, on the other hand, the twenty days of stoppage were confirmed, the missed matches would become four: the debut at San Siro with Udinese, then Bergamo, Milan-Bologna and the away match for Sassuolo. Caution, especially in such a busy start to the season, is more than ever a must. The derby will be followed, two or three days later, by the debut in the Champions group ”.

Milan, Gazzetta: “Tonali’s injury, that’s how long he’ll be off the pitch”

“Alternatives In the meantime there is no shortage of alternative solutions. The first is Krunic, who took over Tonali immediately after the injury. And to increase the pace, he also played a half in yesterday’s friendly, reserved for less used players. For Pioli it is a guarantee of reliability: ended last season as a starting attacking midfielder, it is only a question of retreating the range of action. For the joker Krunic little changes. “.

Christian Marangio


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