Former AC Milan star Zvonomir Boban is closing in on a return to the club and reportedly has four key parameters he wishes to enforce.

Per reports from Calciomercato.com, the former Croatia international wants to leave his role in FIFA to return to Milan.

Boban, who played for the Rossoneri from 1991 until 2001, has clear ideas of where he would like to move the club forward both on and off the pitch.

The report cites four key objectives: namely to retain key players; build a Milan with a clear identity and style of play; to respect FFP and to make balanced investments in young and couple experienced players.

Boban would like to build a team around Alessio Romagnoli and Krzysztof Piatek.

5 COMMENTS

  1. The answer is easy, don’t give up goals at the end of the game. Milan was 1 point away from qualifying. Let’s look at the Parma game. They had to lead and instead of bringing on a defense men, Milan brings on a midfielder, move Borini to defense where he commits a stupid foul. Great freekick and instead of 3 points is 1. 2 points lost. Look at the Juve game, instead of getting 1 point, Calabria gives the ball right to them and Juve scores and wins. Instead of 1 point we get 0. International breaks didn’t come at the right time for them also. They played their best soccer right before these breaks and then they came back and couldn’t win anything for a few games. The team was a top 3 team for most of the season.

  2. Maldini and Boban bleed red and black and I’m certain they can help steer our club back on the path to glory and greatness.

  3. Sure that milan played well last season but the p
    Best players are for sale how can they build a new
    Top while they are giving away their best player,
    I dont see any progress instead they should have keep
    The same team and same coach and make some
    Chnges in left wing and left back

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