AC Milan will have to find a new Chief of Staff as James Murray is set to leave the role in order to return to England, a report claims.
According to what is being reported by MilanNews, Murray will leave his role as Chief of Staff at Milan for the past four years in order to accept a new professional opportunity in the Premier League.
Murray arrived in Milan in March 2019 and worked closely with Ivan Gazidis during the club’s resurgence under Elliott Management. Also driven by family reasons, Murray received an offer from England and decided to return home.
Murray was Head of Business Strategy at Arsenal for five years prior to joining the Rossoneri, and he leaves Milan having achieved very positive results and being held in very high regard by the current ownerships.
The destination he has chosen to accept is not yet known but should soon be made public.