Denials have emerged from AC Milan that the club are looking to radically overhaul their setup in the summer by hiring Ralf Rangnick, a report claims.
German outlet Bild (via Goal Italia) made the claim earlier on Friday that the Rossoneri have taken ‘concrete steps’ towards trying to bring Rangnick to the club.
The reported that Milan would like the German to start officially in June and become both the head coach and sporting director, but that they would also like him to start unofficially in January as a consultant.
However, MilanNews.it have provided an update on the story, pouring cold water on the speculation in the process.
They claim that the rumours about Rangnick’s arrivals are ‘baseless’ according to what has filtered from Casa Milan – the club’s headquarters.
In other Germany-related news, Sky are claiming that Hertha Berlin have joined AC Milan, Inter and Napoli in the race to sign Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka.