Despite this, the Rossoneri's schedule will not change and they will return to training on December 28 as planned, when loan signing David Beckham will join his team-mates, according to sport.it.
Milan's first match of the new year is on January 6 against Genoa at San Siro.
The Rossoneri are hoping to avoid losing any ground on Champions League opponents Manchester United in terms of fitness as the English side will play throughout the holiday season, with matches against Wigan and Hull City in the Premier League.
Milan currently lie second place in Serie A, eight points behind city-rivals Inter, but with a game in hand.
Adam Scime, Goal.com