AC Milan technical director Paolo Maldini has dropped a hint regarding his future with the Rossoneri amid rumours he could leave his role.
The Rossoneri technical director of course made the headlines when he accused Ralf Rangnick of being disrespectful for an interview he gave regarding a potential role at Milan.
This has led to questions about his future at the club especially if Rangnick were to arrive this summer, as he would likely see his powers marginalised.
Paolo Maldini was a guest of Fabio Fazio at ‘Che Tempo Che Fa’ on Sunday night, discussing the Coronavirus but also his future.
As per MilanLive, he said: “My family’s history with AC Milan is so long that it will hardly end.”
MilanNews recently reported Maldini would not want to go out on a sour note even if he does leave, and that is a likely scenario given it is ‘impossible’ to imagine the former captain staying under a man in Rangnick who will demand full powers over the market.
On COVID-19 he added: “I had it, my two children and also my wife. Now I’m fine, I won’t hide from you that it was 15/20 hard days. It took me another 15 days to regain strength, while the two boys had a different response than me and my wife.”
On the restart of Serie A: “My opinion is that we should try to finish the football season. Football is a club, it has not only economic but also social importance especially in Italy and in the world.
“However, we must be able to secure everyone in case of recovery. But we have to try. It is very complicated and difficult to put all the parts together. There is a general idea of starting again, there is cohesion.
“Then this idea must be transferred to the Football Association which transfers it to the Government. If this table would be shared by all three components it would be much easier.”