More concrete signals have arrived from Austria claiming that Ralf Rangnick is about to become Milan’s next manager, a report claims.
As La Gazzetta dello Sport writes on Sunday (via MilanLive), there is a race against time to speed things up. Rangnick and Dietrich Mateschitz – president of the Austrian company who control both Salzburg and Leipzig – have already reached an informal agreement.
An official conclusion is expected shortly, but it depends on the severance that Rangnick asks for having been part of Red Bull for a long time and having accrued many bonuses.
Milan for their part are still ready to welcome Rangnick despite Stefano Piolis work, as the German is the man desired by CEO Ivan Gazidis.
The former Leipzig boss is already working with his two trusted men in Hendrik Almstadt and Geoffrey Moncada, while Milan have allocated the budget for the next incoming transfer market: €75million plus half of the revenues from sales, so therefore around €100m minimum is expected considering Suso’s exit will soon be made official.
Dominik Szoboszlai and Milot Rashica are mentioned as targets, but before accelerating we must wait for Rangnick’s official exit from the Red Bull world.