By: Oliver Fisher
AC Milan continue to battle against a seemingly never-ending list of injuries and it appears as though nothing has been done to address it, a report claims.
Antonio Vitiello writes in his column for MilanNews that it has been three years now that Milan have been grappling with continuous physical problems of their players, who take turns in the infirmary.
The Rossoneri are one of the teams with the highest percentage of muscle problems among the big clubs, and the latest to suffer an issue – after Fikayo Tomori and Sergino Dest – is Ismael Bennacer who will miss the derby.
It is clear that these continuous physical problems affect the team’s performance, and perhaps the most significant among them is Mike Maignan who has now been out for months. Despite all of these issues and the impact it is having, it seems nothing has been done to fix it.
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