Milan striker Mario Mandzukic reportedly trained with the rest of the group today and will be fit to face his former club Juventus on Sunday. The Croat missed Milan’s home clash against Benevento this past Saturday as he suffered from bronchitis. However, according to Calciomercato.com he has now recovered and returned to training with the rest of the group today. According to the report, Mandzukic will be available to play against Juventus when the Rossoneri travel to the Allianz Stadium on Sunday. It’s a key meeting for both sides’ hopes to qualify for the Champions League as Juventus and Milan are level on points in second place with Atalanta. Milan released an official statement after today’s training session in Milanello ‘The Rossoneri held their first training
Milan should have Mario Mandzukic available for the match against Parma on Saturday, as Sky Sport Italia reports the striker has travelled with the team. The broadcaster reveals the former Croatia international, who has only played four times since moving to San Siro, has been called-up for the away game against the Gialloblu. The 34-year-old has the run-in to convince Milan of renewing his contract and the former Juventus forward was spotted travelling from the Rossoneri’s sports centre with the team today. Mandzukic has missed the last seven games in Serie A due to a muscular problem, but could be back in contention to contribute at the Ennio Tardini.
Milan striker Mario Mandzukic returned to train with the rest of the group today and should be available to face Parma on Saturday. The Croatian joined the Rossoneri as a free agent in January but has only played five games since. The former Juventus forward missed the last ten games with a muscle injury and returned to train with the rest of the team today, Milan announced. ???? @MarioMandzukic9 back with the groupDi nuovo in gruppo #ParmaMilan #SempreMilan@gruppo_a2a pic.twitter.com/PmMtXzAl93 — AC Milan (@acmilan) April 7, 2021 "A strong wind was blowing at Milanello this morning, where the team met for breakfast before heading out onto the pitch for today's session. Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara were also present at Milanello," Milan's statement reads. "The players activated their muscles in the gym