Lucas Paquetá has almost fully recovered and will reportedly be on the squad list for Saturday’s game, while Alessio Romagnoli will also be fit to play.
Paquetá sprained his ankle in the match against Udinese just two weeks ago and his recovery seems to be going well.
Today the Brazilian carried out the first part of the training session with the rest of the team and then did some personalized work. In the next days, the ex-Flamengo midfielder should resume full training and according to Sky Italia, if everything goes well, then he’ll be called-up for the game against Parma on Saturday (12:30 CET kickoff).
Gianluigi Donnarumma and Davide Calabria meanwhile are fully recovered and will be able to face Parma. Alessio Romagnoli didn’t train with the squad today, but as reported by Sky and Milannews.it, there is no doubt regarding his availability at Stadio Ennio Tardini – the captain will be able to play.
The Rossoneri are now entering the final 6 Serie A games of the season and coach Gattuso will need everyone healthy and at the top of their game in order to keep the fourth place and reach the UCL.