Davide Calabria and Simon Kjær both suffered hamstring injuries but with different serveries.
Milan suffered 3 injuries in their 3-1 win over Empoli on Saturday, and after yesterday it was revealed that Alexis Saelemaekers suffered an MCL injury, today the conditions of Davide Calabria and Simon Kjær became known.
The two players had tests today to understand what kind of injury they have.
As reported by Sky Italia and Milannews.it, Calabria has suffered a proximal myotendinous injury to his right hamstring. This should keep him out for roughly 3 months, which means he will return to action only in 2023. This is a huge blow for Pioli who loses his Captain and right-back.
Kjær meanwhile has suffered a low-grade injury to his right hamstring, keeping him out of action for around 15 days. As for the other injuries, Junior Messias and Theo Hernández had a personalized training session today and they will not be available for the game against Chelsea on Wednesday.
Divock Origi has returned to full training and will be there with the squad at Stamford Bridge.