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Tenth takes on 15th as Milan travel to the Stadio Communale Friuli to take on Udinese.
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Clarence Seedorf’s men will be aiming to be bounce back from last weekend’s 2-0 reversal at the hands of Juventus, especially with a crucial Champions league second leg tie with Atletico Madrid looming large.
The club will also be aiming for revenge after they lost 2-1 at home to Udinese in the Coppa Italia back in January, as goals from Luis Muriel and substitute Nicolas Lopez cancelled out Mario Balotelli’s early opener.
It’s been an eventful season for the Rossoneri, with loss of form and managerial changes dominating headlines.
Those headlines show no sign of abating with reports emerging this week that the club had engaged the services of Lazard Ltd, the team behind Erick Thohir’s takeover of rivals Inter, to seek investment.
While those reports were dismissed by Milan’s holding company, the speculation has refused to go away.
On Saturday, Seedorf will be focused on matters on the field as he looks to improve on a record of just two wins in their last 5 games.
Napoli and Juventus provided a valuable insight into the rebuilding job the former Dutch international faces at Milan despite the January signings of Keisuke Honda, Adel Taarabt and Michael Essien.
Just two of those started the weekend with Essien unused and Japan star Honda coming on with 20 minutes to as Milan chased the game.
The trio will hope for better this weekend when they take on an Udinese side that is without a win in their last five games in all competitions.
Milan will have Christian Zapata fit to face his former club while striker Balotelli, linked with a summer move to Chelsea, could return after being side-lined by a shoulder problem.
Midfielder Andrea Poli is also hopeful of featuring despite suffering a head injury against Juventus while Udinese will be without suspended defender Danilo after he picked fourth yellow card of the season in the 3-0 defeat at Cagliari last Sunday.
The result left Francesco Guidolin’s men just seven points off the relelgation zone and with just four league wins in their last 15 games the club will need to turn things around quickly if they are to avoid getting dragged into a battle for survival.