AC Milan Present Europa League Squad: Bennacer, Terracciano, and Gabbia Added


AC Milan have officially unveiled its UEFA A and B lists, outlining the players available to coach Stefano Pioli for the entire knockout phase of the 2023-2024 Europa League. Notably, there are three significant additions for the Rossoneri coach.

UEFA A List:

The UEFA A list, which includes players eligible for the knockout stage, has been revealed by AC Milan:

Free from constraints (maximum seventeen): Adli, Bennacer (added), Chukwueze, Leao, Giroud, Theo Hernandez, Jovic, Kalulu, Kjaer, Loftus-Cheek, Maignan, Musah, Okafor, Pulisic, Reijnders, Thiaw, Tomori.

Grown in Italy (maximum four): Florenzi, Mirante, Sportiello, Terracciano (added).

Grown in the club (maximum four): Calabria, Gabbia (added), Pobega.

As for the UEFA B list, which includes players born after January 1, 2002, and registered with the club for at least two years after turning fifteen, the roster is as follows: Bakoune, Bartesaghi, Bartoccioni, Coubis, Eletu, Magni, Malaspina, Nava, Nsiala, Paloschi, Sia, Zeroli.

Key Additions: Bennacer, Terracciano, and Gabbia

The three significant additions to the AC Milan squad are Ismael Bennacer, who has returned after recovering from a severe knee injury, Matteo Gabbia, who came back early from his loan spell at Villarreal, and Filippo Terracciano, a new January transfer market acquisition.

Ismael Bennacer’s Return:

Bennacer’s inclusion marks a crucial moment for AC Milan, as the midfielder has successfully recovered from a lengthy knee injury. His return adds depth and experience to the squad, providing Coach Pioli with more options in midfield.

Matteo Gabbia’s Early Return:

Gabbia’s return from his loan spell at Villarreal comes as a strategic move for AC Milan. The defender’s early comeback strengthens the team’s defensive options, offering Pioli more flexibility in choosing his starting lineup.

Filippo Terracciano’s January Arrival:

Terracciano, a new addition from the January transfer window, is set to make his mark in the Champions League. His inclusion in the UEFA A list highlights the club’s confidence in the goalkeeper, who adds depth to the goalkeeping department.


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