Ahead of tomorrow’s match against Lecce, Milan manager Stefano Pioli spoke about the Serie A restart as an opportunity to right the wrongs of the season so far, while giving updates on his team and singling out Rafael Leão as a player he expects more from.
“Without the restart our season would have been one of regrets. Instead, we have twelve games to try to reach our objective. We have to aim for Europe. There are 36 points to play for, everything is completely open, even if the calendar won’t be easy. Roma are fifth, but we have to try and catch up with them.”
“Ibrahimović is doing better, there will be another test next week. He is working with great dedication, but I don’t know when he can come back. I fear that Musacchio’s season is over. Duarte is recovering and could be available as soon as the next match. I want to see more from Leão, he needs to be more aware of his potential.”