This summer, AC Milan and Roma could be making deals together, despite the fact that none have secured a manager yet for next season. The hottest names are Marco Giampaolo for the Rossoneri and Paulo Fonseca for the Giallorossi.
These two names, in fact, open up a few scenarios: the current Sampdoria manager (Giampaolo) was the only one who managed to make the most of Schick, and according to reports from calciomercato.it, a loan swap could be in the makings with Roma.
In fact, André Silva will return to Milan after the season he spent at Seville and could start a new adventure with his compatriot Fonseca. In both cases, important capital losses would be avoided, and thus the deal would be beneficial for both sides.
It remains to be seen if Giampaolo will be appointed as the new Milan manager, though it seems very likely. Should Maldini say yes to the new role within the club (announcement expected today), then it’s almost certain that Giampaolo will arrive.