According to Tuttosport newspaper, Milan owner Gerry Cardinale will take action at the end of the season to solve the Rossoneri’s injury crisis, so Stefano Pioli or some of his staff members will leave in June.

Milan players have already suffered 29 injuries this season, and according to Tuesday’s printed edition of Tuttosport newspaper (page 17), club owner Cardinale is upset by the trend in Milanello, so he will intervene at the end of the season.

According to the report, either Stefano Pioli or some of his staff members will leave the club at the end of the season as Cardinale sees the high number of injuries as one of the main problems of Milan’s campaign so far.

A key home game against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League at the end of November was particularly frustrating for the Rossoneri who hosted the Germans without the likes of Rafael Leao, Noah Okafor, Mattia Caldara, Pierre Kalulu, Simon Kjaer and Marco Sportiello.

Tommaso Pobega and Okafor suffered injuries in Milan’s latest home game against Monza, raising the tally to 29 injuries this term.

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  1. Yeah, sack the last remaining Italians – that’ll fix it. CLOWN!

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