Andre Silva is a class talent, he will get his chance at Milan – Abbiati

AC Milan team manager Christian Abbiati has guaranteed forward Andre Silva that his time will come and he will soon get his chance after he was again left out of the Serie A matchday starting XI away to Cagliari.
The 22-year old has not started a league game for Gennaro Gattuso’s Milan side, his last starring role was in their 3:0 Coppa Italia victory over Hellas Verona early in December as he can only make the bench in the team list for this weekend’s game.
His inability to get game time has prompted rumours of a probable move away from San Siro as he was linked with Arsenal and some few other top clubs earlier this month.
Championship leaders Wolves have also been reported to be interested in Silva but Abbiati insists the Portugal International’s future lies at San Siro.
“Andre Silva is an amazing player, a top-class talent and he works very hard,” he said while speaking with Mediaset Premium of the striker, who joined Milan from Porto last year for a €38million fee. 
“He is improving a great deal and will get his opening during what is a very intense part of the season.
“He came from Portugal and the football there is not as tough and physical as Serie A, but we have great respect for his qualities.”
Silva has not found the back of the net in his 12 Serie A appearances so far although he scored six goals in six games in the group stage of the UEFA Europa League
It appears Manager, Gattuso prefers Nikola Kalinic to the Portuguese in leading the Rossoneri’s attack since his appointment in November.