Luciano Spalletti has informed his friends that he has no intention of taking the AC Milan job, according to a report.
Giampaolo appears to be heading closer and closer to getting sacked, with the ex-Sampdoria boss having overseen a poor start to the season.
Milan scraped past a struggling Genoa side on Saturday to end a run of three straight defeats, having lost four out of six to start a season for the first time since 1938.
Il Corriere della Sera on Monday reported that the chances of Giampaolo getting sacked are ‘very high’, with Luciano Spalletti the number one target to replace him.
La Gazzetta dello Sport then stated that Inter are happy to try and resolve his contract, which would free him to join another club.
However, the same outlet (via Calciomercato.com) are stating that Spalletti – knowing that he has a guaranteed income from Inter until 2021 – does not want to cut his break short.
Instead, he has apparently told his friends that he has ‘no intention of going back into the fray’ – which is bad news for Zvonomir Boban and the rest of the leadership.