La Stampa: Good news for Milan as Torino, Udinese and Fenerbahce eye Giampaolo

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have been handed a boost as former head coach Marco Giampaolo is being eyed by three clubs, if the latest reports are to be believed.

Giampaolo was hired by the Rossoneri before the start of the current campaign following Gennaro Gattuso’s departure, but his adventure ended after just seven games in charge.

He was replaced by Stefano Pioli who now faces his own uncertain future, however the former Sampdoria boss is still under contract with Milan until 3 June 2021 having not found work elsewhere, despite links with Udinese.

Giampaolo’s salary is €2million net per season, and Milan’s hope is that the 52-year-old can find accommodation at a new club to save a chunk of cash.

According to the latest from La Stampa (via MilanNews), Giampaolo does not lack admirers with Torino, Udinese and Fenerbahce all considering the idea of hiring him.

Giampaolo’s brother meanwhile recently hit out at the club for the way that his brief tenure in charge went.

 

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