Diego Lopez expects Milan to be “more attacking under Clarence Seedorf,” but Cagliari will still take the initiative.
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“Milan have always been a great side with a lot of quality and it seems to me they are more attacking under Seedorf,” said Lopez in his Press conference.
“We are facing a team that is coming here to win. It will be different to the last time we met, but we have to take the initiative. We trained well and know that recently we’ve only been lacking the result.
“We saw that we are on the right track and just need to step on the gas.”
Lopez received a boost with news Mauricio Pinilla will be available, as his two-match ban was halved on appeal.
Victor Ibarbo is still suspended, while Nene is injured.
“Pinilla’s appeal was good news, as he is an important player and trained all week as normal.”