AC Milan are set to receive a major boost in their charge for European qualification as star defender Alessio Romagnoli returned to first-team training.
Romagnoli missed almost a months action after sustaining a thigh injury in the Rossoneri’s win over Bologna.
However, the Italy international is not set for a return after Milan confirmed that he completed a full first-team training session and is now set for a return against Chievo in the Serie A.
The Diavolo did manage to cope up without the 22-year-old, picking up seven from a possible nine in his absence.
Meanwhile, Ignazio Abate who has been rock solid at the back will miss the all important game after he missed training with an eye injury, Mattia De Sciglio will replace him.
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Milan are currently seventh in the league, but trail fifth placed Lazio by just 3 points with fourth placed Atlanta just four points ahead with 12 games to be played.