GENOA – The trip to Genoa is a sort of limbo for Milan waiting for the transition from Higuain to Piatek , and must be an opportunity to shake off the disappointment for the Italian Super Cup lost in Saudi Arabia. In the aftermath of the game of Marassi, the Rossoneri leaders have an appointment with those of Genoa to define the transfer of the Polish striker, already outlined in yesterday's match. First, however, the loan to the Argentinean Chelsea, whose card is owned by Juventus, will have to be ratified. Meanwhile, Piatek continues to train in Pegli, even if the match on Monday afternoon will be disqualified.
And the same is doing to Milanello Higuain. Unless new from London in the next hours, it could also be called by Gattuso, but will hardly play at Marassi. Under the eyes of Leonardo and Maldini the Rossoneri played in the morning the penultimate training in view of a match to be faced without three disqualified holders, Romagnoli, Calabria and Kessie, and with Gattuso relegated to the stands by the sports judge for protests against the referee Banti a Gedda.
Suso returns, who was disqualified in the Italian Super Cup, and in the trident Cutrone must exploit the opportunity while waiting for the advent of Piatek, destined to compete with him as much as Higuain. In general it is Milan that can not afford missteps to regain the fourth place: winning can return to Rome and maybe even overtake Lazio, engaged in Naples.
The three points at stake are precious also because the next two weeks will be particularly demanding, with the double commitment in four days at San Siro with Napoli (Saturday 26 January in the championship and 29 in the quarter-finals of Italy), followed by the trip to Olympic against the Giallorossi. Waiting for Piatek, Milan is one step away from Thiago Djalò, an eighteen-year-old Portuguese central defender from Sporting CP, who should join the Rossoneri Spring.
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