Milan's Brazilian forward Alexandre Pato is "very good" and "ready" to return against Barcelona in the second leg of quarterfinals of the Champions League as the Rossoneri medical staff coordinator, Jean Pierre Meersseman.
The coordinator of the "Milan Lab", is known as the medical center and red and black scientist, explained that the trip to America "have found the answers sought" on repeated muscle injuries Pato, 22. Meersseman had explained before the trip they wanted an aid to understand what was happening. "For us it is a mystery. No doubt something happened but we do not know exactly what has been" admitted the doctor.
Also recognized Pato, who has not played since a few weeks ago, "is ready and will surely be made available by Massimiliano Allegri" to the meeting at the Camp Nou. Before traveling to America, Pato was recovered from muscle problems and was ready to come back, so now will summon Allegri who will decide whether to Barcelona.
Who can not play in the final act of the tie against Barça will be Brazilian defender Thiago Silva, who would remain at least another three weeks of recovery, while recovered Allegri Mark Van Bommel, who played the first leg suspension.
In view of the game against Barça Allegri has not been to Catania for the day league or Alessandro Nesta and Clarence Seedorf, to give them rest, while Van Bommel, with a back problem, not played the game. (via Marca)