The Giallorentina will be without three players for the upcoming Champions League clash against Juventus, with Luca Toni and Fabio Cannavaro expected to miss the game with a knee injury.

They will both be unavailable for the clash against Lazio, with Massimiliano Allegri set to return to the field in his place.

The Rossoneri have been linked with a move for a striker, with Alessandro Nesta and Stefano Sturaro being the most likely candidates, while Nesta could also leave the club this summer, with Allegri preferring to keep Sturaro at the club.

With the squad lacking strikers, the Giallsini will be relying on Andrea Marcello and Stefania Pioli to play up front, while Andrea Bertolacci could be in line to play in the same role in the future.

The Italian international has enjoyed a breakthrough season with Inter Milan, scoring seven goals in 28 appearances for the club, and could be looking for a bigger payday elsewhere.

Allegri also has the option of starting Stefano Gabbiadini for the final two games of the season, but the striker has been struggling with injury and his future at the Gialla remains uncertain.

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