Confusion reigns as Rangnick issues blunt denial in response to rumours of Milan agreement

By Oliver Fisher -

Ralf Rangnick has flatly denied having signed a contract with AC Milan ahead of the 2020-21 season, according to a report.

We have continuously reported since earlier in the year via Vito Angele that Rangnick will indeed agree a role as manager – that is the double responsibility of head coach and the man in charge of the transfer market.

Fabrizio Romano confirmed in an article for The Guardian that Rangnick will sign a three-year deal with Milan, while Sky Italia and other major sources have also reported the news.

However, Tuesday’s edition of La Repubblica (via MilanNews) reported that the leaks have not exactly gone down well with Rangnick who is ‘angry’ about the situation that has emerged.

Now, German media outlet Sport1 (via MilanNews) claim to have asked the 62-year-old about an agreement with Milan, to which he replied with a dry “No”.

However, even Sport1 add that there are no more doubts: in August the professor will say goodbye to the Red Bull project to begin a new adventure in Serie A.

 

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