JUST IN: AC Milan captain Davide Calabria to miss out on approaching matches due to severe injury…

Kjaer is expected to return in two weeks, while Calabria is expected to miss three months due to a right hamstring injury.

Following the news yesterday that Alexis Saelemaekers had suffered an MCL injury, Milan’s three injuries from their 3-1 victory against Empoli on Saturday were finally made public. Davide Calabria and Simon Kjaer’s ailments were also disclosed today.

Article image:Calabria suffered an injury to his right hamstring and should be out for 3 months, Kjær to return in 2 weeks

Today, the two athletes had examinations to determine the nature of their injuries.

Calabria’s right hamstring has sustained a proximal myotendinous injury, as reported by Sky Italia and Milannews.it. This should prevent him from playing for about three months, thus he won’t be back until 2023. Pioli has suffered a severe blow with the loss of both his captain and right-back.

In the meantime, Kjaer has been out for approximately 15 days due to a mild hamstring injury. Regarding the other ailments, Junior Messias and Theo Hernández did individual training today and won’t be ready for Wednesday’s match against Chelsea.

Divock Origi will be at Stamford Bridge with the team after returning to full training.

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