Milan, Theo Hernandez negative at Covid: towards Rome

Milan, Theo Hernandez negative at Covid: towards Rome
Milan, Theo Hernandez negative at Covid: towards Rome

Tampon ok for Theo, Pioli smiles even if the physical troubles remain many. The Frenchman will be called up for Turin and is aiming for a starting shirt against the Giallorossi next Sunday

Luckily, some good news also arrives every now and then. In the darkness of the infirmary of Milanello, filled beyond belief, a ray of light makes its way: it is that of Hernandez, who has finally tested negative for Covid. The French full-back had completed the ten-day quarantine last Thursday, as per protocol, but continued to be positive. So every day was a good day, and the good day is today. The process now includes the eligibility exams and then the return to work in Milanello, in time to be called up for the match against Turin on Tuesday evening at San Siro.

Leg and stroke

Milan are in a total emergency, but we will hardly see Theo as the starter against Juric’s grenades. The left side has been at a standstill for almost two weeks and therefore it will be necessary to find the leg and run again before taking back the shirt as a starter. Reasonable to think that the concrete goal is Rome next Sunday. However, it remains very comforting news in the context of a very complicated situation in which, right now, Pioli is missing nine players. The only ones potentially recoverable for Torino are Rebic (after-effects of a sprained left ankle) and Kessie (flu). For the others please, review. Diaz (Covid) “will complete” the ten-day quarantine on Monday and in theory good news could also arrive from him, although it is not certain that there could be the technical times for a possible call. Meanwhile, Castillejo also stops, exiting at the end of the first half in Bologna due to a problem with his left thigh flexor. Recovery times to be evaluated.

October 24, 2021 (change October 24, 2021 | 10:51)

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