Ralf Rangnick will soon end his long-lasting relationship with Red Bull ahead of becoming AC Milan’s next manager, according to a report.
After months of speculation it appears that the Rossoneri are finally closing in on getting their man, as TV station SportMediaset (via MilanNews) have provided their latest update.
They claim that Rangnick’s adventure with the Red Bull group will end in ten days as the German will formally leave after RB Leipzig’s last game of the season.
The decisive meeting with Elliott Management chief Gordon Singer is scheduled for the end of June in London, and Rangnick has many ideas in mind for his revolution at Milan.
Milan’s owners for their part are so convinced by his plans that they have offered him a three-year contract with an option for the fourth year at €5million per season. He will become both the head coach and the man in charge of recruitment in his first season at Milan at the very least.
For the official announcement, however, we will have to wait for the end of the Italian season in August so as not to disturb Stefano Pioli and the other staff.