AC Milan has already solved the goalkeeper problem caused by Mike Maignans injury. I Rossoneri get the transfer-free Antonio Mirante to Milan, who was last under contract with AS Roma.
On Wednesday Milan announced that Maignan is ten weeks out of rotation with a strong wrist injury. As a result, Ciprian Tatarusanu was the only goalkeeper from the first team to have the number two of the Serie A. The 21-year-old Alessandro Plizzari was also injured at the beginning of the season.
So it was necessary for Milan to put on a new goalkeeper. That was successful a few hours after the Maignan news: the club from Northern Italy announces that the clubless Mirante is under contract for the rest of this season. This will solve the AC Milan goalkeeper problem for the time being.
Mirante is 38 years old and has a lot of experience. In the past, he has seen Roma, Juventus and Bologna among others. Last season, the Italian goalie came to fifteen official performances at the former club.
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— AC Milan (@acmilan) October 13, 2021