According to Sky Sport Italia, Milan will be without Hakan Calhanoglu for at least 10 days after he suffered a sprained ankle.
The Turkey international sustained the injury during a training session and was spotted on crutches this afternoon.
It’s reported the tests confirmed a sprained ankle and he will be out of action for at least 10 days.
That would mean Calhanoglu is due to miss the upcoming matches against Celtic, Roma and Sparta Prague between Serie A and the Europa League.
He’s also a doubt against Udinese, so will probably only make his comeback after the break for international duty in November.
The midfielder had a great start to the season, contributing four goals and three assists in seven games.