Mattia De Sciglio is out for at least two weeks, meaning his season is over – the club confirmed on Monday.
De Sciglio was replaced in the 90th minute of the match against Atalanta by Leonel Vangioni and today’s tests revealed that the 24-year-old international picked up a muscular injury during the match.
“Milan announce that after today’s tests Mattia De Sciglio was diagnosed with a lesion to his left thigh adductor longus muscle. The player will be re-examined in two weeks,” a statement reads.
This obviously means that the season is over for Mattia, as there are just two more games to play – against Bologna on May 21st and against Bologna on May 28th.
De Sciglio, who grew up in Milan’s youth ranks and was promoted to the first team in 2011, is heavily linked with an exit in the summer (Massimiliano Allegri’s Juventus, Carlo Ancelotti’s Bayern Munich and others reportedly interested), so the match against Atalanta may have been his last in the Diavolo colors.