MILAN - AC Milan midfielder Mathieu Flamini
has been ruled out for up to four weeks with a knee injury while
defender Thiago Silva has a similar injury, the Serie A leaders
said on Thursday.
"The prognosis is three to four weeks," a club statement
said about Frenchman Flamini.
A separate statement said Brazil's Thiago Silva had
undergone a scan and it had been agreed he visit the Brazil
national team doctor in Rio de Janeiro for a consultation.
The pair injured their knees in Wednesday's 2-0 Champions
League defeat by Ajax Amsterdam, a dead game for
already-qualified Milan in which coach Massimiliano Allegri
rested several first teamers.
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