Gonzalo Higuain, suspended two matches after his red card during the Milan-Juventus match, will tomorrow appear at the Court of Appeals for Sport in Rome to look to reduce his suspension.
Together with attorneys for the club, the Milan striker will look to shorten his ban to a single match, the rossoneri’s next fixture against Lazio.
After issuing a public apology just after the match ended, Higuain will look to receive leniency on the decision made by the sporting judge after his reaction to the referee during the match.
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Higuain is hoping to be allowed back for Milan’s match against Parma, on Friday morning the case will receive a ruling.