With Brocchi’s adventure as Milan manager almost certain to end after the season, the Rossoneri have set their sights on current Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini.
It’s safe to say Milan are in desperate need of a quality head coach with much experience, in order for them to challenge the likes of Juventus, Napoli and Roma in the standings.
However, many fans suggest it’s not only the managers fault, but mostly president Berlusconi’s fault, who seems likely to sell a majority stake of the club in the coming months.
Lippi, Di Francesco, Donadoni and Emery have all been linked with a move to Milan. Italian newspaper La Gazzetta Dello Sport reports that Milan have set their sights on current Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini, whose contract will expire in the summer, which means he’ll be free to join any club.
Since joining Man City back in 2013, Pellegrini has won the Premier League title once and the Capital One Cup twice.