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Eleven Milan Players Called Up by Their Countries for the International Break

Eleven Milan players were called up by their respective national team, and three were called up to represent the Azzurri in their pair of friendlies against Spain and Germany.

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Eleven Milan players were called up to represent their nations during this weekend's international break. Giacomo Bonaventura, Luca Antonelli, and Milan captain Riccardo Montolivo were called up by Italy for their two upcoming friendlies against defending Euro Champions Spain, and defending World Cup Champions Germany.

Meanwhile four Milan players were called up to the junior Italy squads with the trio of Gianluigi Donnarumma, Davide Calabria, and Alessio Romagnoli all called up to the U-21 squad, and Manuel Locatelli called up to the U-19 squad.

Carlos Bacca and Cristian Zapata were called up to represent Colombia for their two World Cup Qualifiers against Bolivia and Ecuador.

Juraj Kucka was called up for Slovakia's pair of friendlies against Latvia and Ireland while Japanese captain Keisuke Honda was called up for his nation's World Cup Qualifiers against Afghanistan and Syria.

Milan's schedule resumes on  Sunday April 3rd when they taken on 14th place Atalanta in Bergamo.