Ariedo Braida has once again addressed rumours of a potential return to AC Milan, far from closing the door on the idea.
Braida was at Milan between 1986 and 2013 occupying roles as both CEO and sporting director and managing to win virtually everything under the ownership of media tycoon Silvio Berlusconi.
He was the protagonist of many important market operations that saw huge names arrive at Milan and he subsequently ended up at Barcelona as they sporting director, however they fired him last summer after four years of collaboration.
Now, the 74-year-old he is waiting for a new team to come calling for him, and there have been plenty of links regarding a return to Milan in the media, possibly under the ownership of fashion tycoon Bernard Arnault.
Speaking to Radio Punto Nuovo, Braida said (via CM.it): “My return to Milan? I don’t like talking about the past, but Milan is Milan.
“I have read about an alleged return of mine in the newspapers, but at the moment there are no plausible reasons for me to return.”
It is not the first time he has addressed such matter, as last month he said he is ‘confident’ about rejoining Milan one day.