Lecce manager Roberto D’Aversa has released the list of players called up ahead of the match against Milan. No surprise in the list, Almqvist and Corfitzen are out.
In a press conference, D’Aversa stated, “We have carefully selected the players for the upcoming match against Milan, and we are confident in their abilities to deliver a strong performance.”
The goalkeepers included in the list are Brancolini, Falcone, and Samooja, while the defenders are Baschirotto, Dermaku, Dorgu, Gallo, Gendrey, Pongracic, Smajlovic, Touba, and Venuti.
In midfield, Berisha, Blin, Gonzalez, Kaba, Oudin, Rafia, and Ramadani have been called up, while the attacking options include Banda, Burnete, Krstovic, Listkowski, Piccoli, Sansone, and Strefezza.
When asked about the absence of Almqvist and Corfitzen, D’Aversa explained, “We have made tactical decisions based on the current form and performance of the players. We believe this is the best lineup for the match against Milan.”
The match is scheduled for tomorrow at 3 pm, and Lecce will be looking to secure a positive result against Milan.