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AC Milan, Gattuso plans two changes from Samp game for Supercoppa clash
14/01/2019, 15:40
AC Milan are now just two days away from their Supercoppa Italiana clash with Juventus and Gennaro Gattuso is plotting his changes ahead of the match. 

The two definite changes he will be making is swapping out Pepe Reina for Gianluigi Donnarumma and Calabria in place for Ignazio Abate.

Paqueta is reported to be starting the match in a mezzala role whilst doubt remains in Gattuso's mind about whether he wants to start Cutrone or Castillejo. Cutrone scored twice in extra-time to win the match against Sampdoria in the Coppa Italia. 

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