Aina Set For 50th Serie A Appearance As Torino Tackle AC Milan

February 17, 2020
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Nigeria defender Ola Aina is in line to make his 50th league appearance for Torino today (Monday) against AC Milan at the Stadio Guissepe Meaza, reports Completesports.com.

Aina joined the Turin-based club on a permanent deal from Premier League outfit Chelsea in 2018.

Aina has been named in Torino’s 22-man squad for the game.

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The left-back has featured in 19 league games for Torino this season.

He has scored one goal and recorded four assists in 49 league outings since linking up with the Bulls.

Moreno Longo’s men are without a win in their last five games.

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