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AC Milan plunged into goalkeeping crisis with Mike Maignan 'out for two months after wrist surgery'

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AC Milan goalkeeper Mike Maignan is set for two months out on the sidelines after undergoing wrist injury on Wednesday, forcing the Rossoneri to move for 38-year-old Antonio Mirante on a free transfer.

Milan announced on Tuesday that Maignan, who was signed as Gianluigi Donnarumma's replacement this summer, will undergo a procedure to fix a wrist fracture he has been struggling with since Milan's trip to Liverpool last month.

Maignan could face up to two months on the sidelines, according to reports in Italy, meaning Milan have moved to sign 38-year-old goalkeeper Mirante, who was released by Roma over the summer.

Italian goalkeeper Mirante has been brought in response to Maignan's injury, with young Milan shot stopper Alessandro Plizzari also out until January after undergoing knee surgery last month.

Mirante's agent, Valerio Giuffrida, confirmed that Mirante is set for a Milan move just months after being let go by Jose Mourinho's Giallorossi.

'(It's) very negative for Milan, because Maignan was doing very well, a little more positive for who is realising his dream, which is to play for Milan.

Maignan picked up a wrist injury in Milan's 3-2 loss at Anfield last month but still played in the club's three Serie A games after that, plus their Champions League group stage loss to Atletico Madrid, before opting to do wrist surgery.

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