AC Milan may be willing to welcome back former Chief Football Official Zvonimir Boban as relations have become ‘less tense’, a report claims.
Boban was fired by CEO Ivan Gazidis back March 7 2020 after an unauthorised interview released to La Gazzetta dello Sport in which the Croatian manager revealed that an agreement was in place with Ralf Rangnick.
La Repubblica reported back in July that the matter would be escalated to a civil trial in a Milan courtroom after months in which strategies were established and no reconciliations were found.
However, the same outlet (via MilanLive) are now reporting that Boban could in fact return to Milan despite what has happened in the past.
The paper talks about a possible peace between the former FIFA board member and the Rossoneri ownership, in particular with the CEO Ivan Gazidis and Elliott Management.
It is a break that could apparently be mended, as there are rumours of less tense relations despite Boban filing a lawsuit against Milan for unfair dismissal.
In addition, Paolo Maldini’s recent comments suggest that he would welcome working with his former team-mate again: “Zvone is a friend, I miss him. Without him, Milan are less strong.”