13 Milan players set for international duty: Four out of the six new signings will be with their national teams

Krzysztof Piątek celebrating during Austria-Poland at Ernst Happel Stadionon March 21, 2019. (JOE KLAMAR/AFP/Getty Images)

13 players from Giampaolo’s squad will be in action with their respective national teams in this upcoming break.

After playing their first two matches of the season, losing 1-0 to Udinese and winning 1-0 against Brescia, Marco Giampaolo will have some time for reflection as it’s now the first seasonal international break.

13 Milan players will be in action for 12 different sides (11 countries). While some will have friendlies, most will be involved in the European Championship qualifiers.

It’s interesting to see that out of the six players the Rossoneri signed in the transfer market, only the Brazilian Léo Duarte and the French Theo Hernández (who is still injured anyways) have not been called-up by their national teams for the upcoming September matches.

Ante Rebić, Ismaël Bennacer, Rafael Leão and Rade Krunić will all be involved in games and will not train under Giampaolo in this break. Meanwhile, Alessio Romagnoli – after the injury of Giorgio Chiellini – could find himself in the starting XI of Italy, in addition to Gigio Donnarumma. Lucas Paquetá, Suso and Krzysztof Piątek among others will also play with their respective national teams.

The full list of called-up players and their matches with dates and times is below:

National TeamPlayer/s called-upMatches
Bosnia and HerzegovinaRade KrunićUEFA Euro 2020 qualifier: Bosnia and Herzegovina-Liechtenstein
(Stadion Bilino polje, Zenica, September 5 2019, 20:45 CEST)

UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier: Armenia-Bosnia and Herzegovina
(Republican Stadium, Yerevan, September 8 2019, 15:00 CEST)
CroatiaAnte RebićUEFA Euro 2020 qualifier: Slovakia-Croatia
(Štadión Antona Malatinského, Trnava, September 6 2019, 20:45 CEST)

UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier: Azerbaijan-Croatia
(Bakcell Arena, Baku, September 9 2019, 18:00 CEST)
ItalyGianluigi Donnarumma
Alessio Romagnoli
UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier: Armenia-Italy
(Republican Stadium, Yerevan, September 5 2019, 18:00 CEST)

UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier: Finland-Italy
(Tampere Stadion, Tampere, September 8 2019, 20:45 CEST)
PolandKrzysztof PiątekUEFA Euro 2020 qualifier: Slovenia-Poland
(Stadion Stožice, Ljubljana, September 6 2019, 20:45 CEST)

UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier: Poland-Austria
(Stadion Narodowy, Warsaw, September 9 2019, 20:45 CEST)
SpainSusoUEFA Euro 2020 qualifier: Romania-Spain
(Arena Națională, Bucharest, September 5 2019, 20:45 CEST)

UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier: Spain-Faroe Islands
(El Molinón, Gijon, September 8 2019, 20:45 CEST)
SwitzerlandRicardo RodríguezUEFA Euro 2020 qualifier: Republic of Ireland-Switzerland
(Aviva Stadium, Dublin, September 5 2019, 20:45 CEST)

UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier: Switzerland-Gibraltar
(Stade de Tourbillon, Sion, September 8 2019, 18:00 CEST)
TurkeyHakan ÇalhanoğluUEFA Euro 2020 qualifier: Turkey-Andorra
(BJK Vodafone Park, Istanbul, September 7 2019, 20:45 CEST)

UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier: Moldova-Turkey
(Stadionul Zimbru, Chisinau, September 10 2019, 20:45 CEST)
AlgeriaIsmaël BennacerFriendly: Algeria-Benin
(Mustapha Tchaker Stadium, September 9 2019, 22:00 CEST)
BrazilLucas PaquetáFriendly: Colombia-Brazil
(Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, September 7 2019, 02:30 CEST)

Friendly: Peru-Brazil
(Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, LA, September 11 2019, 05:00 CEST)
Ivory CoastFranck KessiéFriendly: Ivory Coast-Benin
(Stade Michel d’Ornano, Caen, September 6 2019, 21:00 CEST)

Friendly: Tunisia-Ivory Coast
(Stade Robert-Diochon, Le Petit-Quevilly, September 10 2019, 19:00 CEST)
Portuagl U21Rafael LeãoUEFA Euro 2021 Under-21 qualifier: Portugal U21-Gibraltar U21
(Complexo Desportivo, Alverca, September 5 2019, 21:45 CEST)

UEFA Euro 2021 Under-21 qualifier: Belarus U21-Portugal U21
(Torpedo, Zhodino, September 10 2019, 19:00 CEST)
Italy U21Matteo GabbiaFriendly: Italy U21-Moldova U21
(Stadio Angelo Massimino, Catania, September 6 2019, 18:00 CEST)

UEFA Euro 2021 Under-21 qualifier: Italy U21-Luxembourg U21
(Stadio Teofilo Patini, Castel di Sangro, September 10 2019, 18:30 CEST)
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11 months ago

hope no one gets injured and Piatek can regain his confidence, the N9’s curse is real XD