AC Milan already have an agreement with Ralf Rangnick to take over in the summer, a report claims, with the German even studying Italian at present.
According to what Gianluca Di Marzio is reporting (via MilanLive), Boban accuses Gazidis of having interfered in the sporting area by contacting Rangnick to take over.
The choice of head coach in generally left to the managers of the sporting sector, i.e. Boban and Maldini, however the former CEO of Arsenal preferred to act without consulting the duo, effectively bypassing them.
As a result, the Croatian is set to leave Milan and Maldini is expected to follow. Di Marzio adds that barring surprises, Rangnick will be Milan’s next manager.
The 61-year-old is already studying the Italian language to be ready for his arrival in Milan. He is currently the Head of Sport of Red Bull.
Meanwhile, TMW are reporting that Paul Mitchell could join Milan along with Rangnick this summer as CEO Ivan Gazidis plans his revolution.