AC Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso is considering a major tactical change ahead of Tuesday’s game against Udinese, a report claims.
Reports from La Gazzetta dello Sport on Monday claimed that Gattuso met with Leonardo and Paolo Maldini in the aftermath of Saturday’s defeat to Sampdoria.
The Italian paper claims Gattuso is not risking his job and that the meeting with the directors of the Rossoneri was useful to asses the situation of the team.
AC Milan are due to meet Udinese and Juventus in the next two Serie A games and Lazio, twice, in Serie A and Coppa Italia.
Gattuso’s position is solid but the manager is pondering a tactical system for the next games. As a result, Rino could reportedly change the 4-3-3 that has looked ineffective recently. with a new 3-4-1-2 that would see Paqueta play attacking midfielder behind Piatek and Cutrone, or a 4-2-3-1.
Sky also claim that Gattuso is considering switching to three at the back, perhaps hinting that this is more than just pure speculation.