Adriano Galliani has demanded Milan “find a solution to the real problem” after notching up 137 injuries in two years.
Since Coach Massimiliano Allegri took over, the Rossoneri have sustained 137 different injuries, a whopping 78 of them muscular in nature.
“The real problem at Milan is the injury crisis. Everyone knows it, both the Coach and the fitness staff,” slammed Vice-President Galliani.
“We have to do everything possible to find a solution and resolve this, as we are on an average of an injury per game.”
Already this season Alexandre Pato, Robinho and Riccardo Montolivo have been ruled out for up to a month with thigh strains, while Kevin-Prince Boateng is sidelined for two weeks after fracturing a bone in his hand.
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