Ante Rebić worked with his new friends today, while Lucas Biglia and Theo Hernández have recovered from injuries.
The international break is finally over and Marco Giamapolo and his players are back at Milanello to train ahead of Sunday’s match against Hellas on Matchday 3.
Rebić was at the training center for the first time yesterday, but he did personalized work. However, today he worked along with the rest of the squad. In any case, he’s unlikely to start against Hellas.
Theo Hernández meanwhile has been training with the squad for a very days now as he’s completely recovered from his ankle injury. As noted by Milannews.it, the Frenchman will be available for selection for the game, but it’s hard to imagine him starting over Ricardo Rodríguez on Sunday.
According to Sky Italia’s Manuele Baiocchini, Lucas Biglia is also fully recovered. The Argentine suffered an injury before the game against Udinese on Matchday 1, in which he was supposed to start. Lucas has been training with the squad since Tuesday and like Theo he is expected to get his first call-up of the season. Ismaël Bennacer, in any case, is expected to play as a regista again.
The squad had a double training session today but tomorrow they’ll only train once in the morning. Rebić will also be presented to the press on Friday, at 14:15 CEST at Milanello.