Ralf Rangnick is ready to turn down a role at AC Milan this summer due to concerns over the financial means available to him, a report claims.
There continues to be an abundance of speculation regarding whether Rangnick will arrive at Milan this summer, with every outlet seemingly having a different stance.
On Wednesday night, the agent of Rangnick – currently the Head of Football for Red Bull – said that a co-operation between Milan and his client is ‘not on the cards’ at present.
Thursday’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via PianetaMilan) reports the news coming from Germany, according to which Rangnick is ready to withdraw the contracts prepared in December.
The paper provides an explanation too as to why the German has gone cold on the idea of an adventure in Italy. The problem is not the salary or the powers within Milan, but the economic means made available to the coach, in essence the transfer and wage budget he would have at his disposal to begin his revolution.
In reality, the Rossoneri have once again filtered the fact that no type of contract has been entered into, instead they have only received a verbal agreement which does not constitute anything legally.