ALEXANDRE PATO is back from the USA and Dr. Meersseman says Milan have found some answers.
The striker flew out to the United States as Milan wanted to figure out why the player keeps getting injured – a thing that inevitably stops him from becoming a leading star with the Rossoneri, despite his quality.
Pato returned today to Milano after a few days of checks, carried out by Professor Frederick Carrick, at the University of Marietta, and Milan have gotten a better idea about Pato’s condition following this trip.
“Pato is doing great, he’s in a very good state and I would say that we have found the answers we were looking for,” said Milan’s health coordinator Jean Pierre Meersseman. “Can he play already on Tuesday against Barca? He is ready, he responded very quickly and he will surely be at the disposal of Allegri.”
The last time Pato visited Barcelona he scored a goal after 24 seconds. Adriano Galliani hinted on Wednesday, after the 1st leg, that if Alexandre returns completely healthy he might start with Ibrahimovic.
Meytar Zeevi will not be around from Sunday to Friday as he will be on a trip to Barcelona and of course watch Milan at the Camp Nou. Threfore he won’t be able to update Rossoneriblog.com.