Giacomo Bonaventura will return to the midfield against Juventus (also due to a reported lack of confidence in Andrea Poli) as Mihajlovic plans to continue with the 4-3-3 on Saturday.
The international break is nearly over and the Rossoneri will get back to the football pitch this Saturday and they have a very difficult and important match against Massimiliano Allegri’s Juventus.
According to Sky’s Peppe Di Stefano (as reported on Gianluca Di Marzio’s website) Mihajlovic is going to stick with 4-3-3. Miha is welcoming back Jack Bonaventura who was suspended against Atalanta and Di Stefano claims that with Andrea Bertolacci still injured and Andrea Poli unconvincing, Bonaventura is expected to start in a midfield position.
Sinisa keeps showing faith in Niang whom he thinks highly of and the Frenchman will most likely play with Alessio Cerci on the wings. It remains to be seen in what condition Carlos Bacca will return from international duty and he will only train with the squad for one day before the game. If Bacca can’t play from the start then Luiz Adriano will be playing between Niang and Cerci.
The international players with the exception of Keisuke Honda, Bacca and Cristian Zapata, have all returned to Milanello. Mihajlovic is just a few days to make up his mind against the encounter.