There is still no definitive agreement between AC Milan and Ralf Rangnick over becoming the club’s new manager, according to a report.
Widespread reports have suggested that the German is without a doubt the main candidate to join the Rossoneri this summer and lead a youth revolution in a double role as head coach and technical director.
As reported by il Corriere della Sera on Sunday (via MilanLive), CEO Ivan Gazidis is in contact with Rangnick to resolve some key issues that must be addressed.
There are two main concerns at present: Rangnick wants reassurance and clarity both on the staff he can count on at Milanello and on the budget he can use for the summer transfer market.
The German wants a good staff both at managerial and sporting level, but also money to overhaul the current playing squad by bringing in young players.
These are issues that Gazidis will work on in the coming weeks, but Milan for their part remain convinced that Rangnick is the right man to revive the club.
We reported via our correspondent Vito Angele on Thursday evening 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.