La Repubblica: Roma eyeing former Milan director Boban for new management

By Isak Möller -

Back in March, AC Milan decided to end their professional relationship with Zvone Boban, after the latter criticised the ownership in an interview. Now, the Rossoneri’s former Chief Football Officer could end up at a league rival. 

According to today’s edition of La Repubblica, as cited by MilanNews.it, Dan Friedkin is getting ready to take over Roma after reaching an agreement with James Palotta. Therefore, a management revamp is on the cards for the club.

Boban is among the candidates considered by the Giallorrossi, seeing as the Croatian has a lot of experience from his time at FIFA and Milan. Contacts between the parties could take place soon, per the report, and it remains to see what role he would get.

The 51-year-old, albeit an outspoken character, is a likeable person and many fans were upset with his departure from Milan. That being said, a club management can’t function if the directors aren’t on the same page.

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