A whole new era is reportedly set to begin in Milan with Massimiliano Mirabelli as Milan’s new sporting director.
According to several news outlets, there will be some imminent changes, and one of those changes is said to be that the club will be influencing their scouting department in South America.
Mirabelli wants to put an enormous effort in scouting talents through the South American region, something that the club hasn’t done in a long time.
The Rossoneri have previously had a lot of successful scouting in Brazil which includes the acquiring of some of their former veteran players like Ricardo Kaka and Thiago Silva. But as of recently, the club have not been doing the similar action in the region.
As reported by Calciomercato.com, Mirabelli will not only focus on Brazilians, he also wants to create a strong group of scouts who will continuously be tracking the number of South American players all over the continent. He wants to create a strong group of scouts who will continuously track South American players all over the continent.
Since Leonardo and Braida parted way with the club, Galliani and his crew have not been doing so effectively. As Mirabelli emerges as the new SD, Milan will now have their eyes not only on Brazilian league but the likes of Argentine league and Uruguay as well. And the scouting team will once again be active and keep eyes in different places as the club wants to follow the top talents around the globe.