"Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong" seems to be the perfect quote to describe the physical condition of AC Milan's roster this week. In effect, Siniša Mihajlović had to send on the field a readjusted lineup on Sunday, especially at midfield, since Giacomo Bonaventura got injured during the week, but the rossoneri had to add a couple of names to their injury list after the game against Udinese.
Here's the official statement from Milan's website at the beginning of the week.
Juraj Kucka has sustained an injury to one of the muscles in his front left thigh. The midfielder's fitness will be reassessed in 7 to 10 days. As for M'Baye Niang, a medical report will be made in the coming days. Giacomo Bonaventura is continuing with his treatment for an injury to his right hip.
Fortunately, Jack's already back at working with the entire team and should be regularly on the right wing against Genoa and also Luiz Adriano, who missed the last two games due to back soreness, should be ready to play. The training staff seems to be optimistic about Niang's situation since he could join his first full practice session of the week on Friday, while Kucka is still working separately and is unlikely to be among the 22 players called for Sunday's match.