Ralf Rangnick will not become AC Milan’s head coach this summer as things start, his agent has confirmed in an interview with Bild.
Calciomercato.com continue to report that an agreement has already been found between Milan and Rangnick over a three-year contract, but the German coach has taken precautions by inserting a whole series of clauses.
One of these is a penalty payment which he will receive if Elliott Management decide to revoke the deal and change strategy, and this comes despite the recent denials from the likes of La Gazzetta dello Sport and La Repubblica.
However, arguably the most definitive update has now arrived Rangnick’s agent Marc Kosick from Rangnick’s agent Marc Kosicke, who denied the presence of an agreement with Milan and explained why he has been in talks with Gazidis.
He told BILD: “Ivan Gazidis, CEO of AC Milan, and Ralf Rangnick have known each other for many years and have regular exchanges. Co-operation is currently not planned. There are currently more important issues.”