AC Milan vice president Adriano Galliani claims that there is little wrong
with Ronaldo, and predicts that the star striker will return imminently to the
rossoneri's starting lineup...
Adriano Galliani told the press that Ronaldo is set for a swift return to
the AC Milan lineup.
The Brazilian striker has sat out the entire season thus far amidst fitness and
injury concerns, the striker at one point losing patience with the Milanese
Now, though, Galliani claims that the all-time leading World Cup goalscorer is
ready for a comeback.
"It's not my job to talk about injuries, and I don't wish to court controversy,
but [Ronaldo] seems absolutely fine to me," smirked Galliani.
"In the past week, he's undergone rehabilitation exercises with full success, so
I'd expect to see him back in the team soon."
Ronaldo turned 31 years old two weeks ago, the former Inter striker insisting
that he was calm and content as his recovery continued, speculating that he'd be
able to return within a month.
El Fenomeno joined Milan in January from Real Madrid, netting 7 times in 14
Serie A appearances last season.