Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari is expected to play alongside Kevin-Prince Boateng for AC Milan for the first time since joining on loan from Inter Milan.
Muntari has featured consistently for Massimiliano Allegri scoring once in six appearances.
But his former Ghana team-mate Kevin Boateng has not featured for Milan since scoring in the Uefa Champions League round of 16 tie against Arsenal at the San Siro.
Boateng and Muntari have both been confirmed in a 21-man squad for Saturday’s clash with AS Roma.
Muntari is likely to be started in a holding midfield role while Boateng is expected to start from the bench.