Milan have gone into a training retreat ahead of Wednesday’s Serie A game against Genoa.
The punishment was ordered by Coach Pippo Inzaghi following a 2-1 defeat to Udinese.
The Rossoneri risk sliding into the bottom half of the table, as any hopes of European qualification have surely now vanished.
Milan Channel announced the decision to lock the team into a training retreat until Wednesday’s midweek round.
Inzaghi was “very, very angry” with his squad following the performance at the Stadio Friuli this evening.
“In the other games Milan had always tried to fight, but this time I saw nothing. I can only apologise to the fans. Thankfully we’ll be playing again in a few days and we must wipe this performance from the memory as soon as possible.
“When a team plays like this, the first person responsible is the Coach. We have to roll our sleeves up, do well on Wednesday against Genoa and try to end this season in a dignified manner.”