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15 AC Milan Players Called Up For International Duty

Almost all of the starters will be out and this raises space for injuries.

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AC Milan via their website are reporting that 15 players have been called up for international duty over the coming weeks. Milan will be sending their players out as a number of sides in Italy will not send players out due to the proliferation of injuries and the coronavirus in the settings.

Matteo Gabbia and Lorenzo Colombo: Italy U21

Hakan Çalhanoğlu: Turkey

Gianluigi Donnarumma, Davide Calabria and Sandro Tonali: Italy

Alexis Saelemaekers: Belgium

Jens Petter Hauge: Norway

Diogo Dalot and Rafael Leão: Portugal U21

Ciprian Tătăruşanu: Romania

Brahim Díaz: Spain U21

Simon Kjær: Denmark

Ismaël Bennacer: Algeria

Franck Kessie: Ivory Coast

Rade Krunić: Bosnia and Herzegovina

The players have 2 or 3 games each and will need to keep fit as Milan have a very long stretch of games immediately after the break. Milan return to face Napoli, Lille, Fiorentina and Celtic FC in 12 days. Milan have recently missed out on a number of defenders to injury and the coronavirus hence they must be cautious.