Even chief scout Geoffrey Moncada could leave AC Milan at the end of the season, a report claims, as speculation regarding a revolution continues to grow.
Zvonimir Boban’s sacking as Chief Football Officer was made official over the weekend on the back of a revealing interview which he gave to La Gazzetta dello Sport, during which he criticised CEO Ivan Gazidis for contacting Ralf Rangnick without consulting the management.
Meanwhile, Monday’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport, although both were absent yesterday at San Siro for Milan-Genoa, Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara will remain in office until the end of the season when they too will leave.
And according to what La Repubblica are claiming (via Calciomercato.com), Milan’s chief scout Geoffrey Moncada’s future is also at risk. He is a man very close to Paolo Maldini and was actually the one who recommended the signing of Theo Hernandez to Maldini, meaning he too could pay as part of the proposed overhaul.
However, Tuttosport recently reported that Moncada looks set to play an increasingly important role in the ‘new Milan’ that could come about this summer.