AC Milan directors Zvonomir Boban and Paolo Maldini reportedly have a different idea to Ivan Gazidis as to who should be the head coach next season.
Stefano Pioli was appointment to replace Marco Giampaolo after seven games of the current campaign and although performances have improved on the whole results have not, as he has won just eight of his first 18 games in charge.
It was reported by Calciomercato.com on Tuesday night that attentions have already turned to who could take over from Pioli once the season is finished.
Their report claims that the name of Ralf Rangnick is the one wants by Elliott Management amid rumours the German is in advanced talks with Milan, while Paolo Maldini has a name in the head for the future Milan manager: Andriy Shevchenko.
According to Wednesday’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport however, it is in fact Max Allegri who is the preferred choice of directors Maldini and Boban to take the bench for 2020-21.
On the other hand Ivan Gazidis, the club’s CEO, would rather hire former Schalke, Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig coach Rangnick, who last worked as a sporting director.
According to today’s Gazzetta dello Sport, Boban and Maldini want Allegri as Milan coach for next season while Gazidis wants Rangnick pic.twitter.com/7l2ePbAsVS
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