There are disagreements inside the club at management level with regards to who should be AC Milan’s next head coach, a report claims.
The general consensus is that current boss Stefano Pioli has helped the Rossoneri recover in terms of performances on the field, though his record of eight wins in 19 competitive games suggests results haven’t undergone the same upturn.
As a consequence, media speculation is rife regarding the future of the 50-year-old, to the extent that he even addressed the speculation in his pre-Torino press conference on Sunday.
Yet more has arrived though, and La Repubblica (via MilanNews) are reporting on Monday that there is great uncertainty and various ideas within Milan with regards to who should be on the bench next season.
The paper notes that the German press continues to say CEO Ivan Gazidis has made Ralf Rangnick sign a pre-agreement, while in Spain they believe Marcelino will arrive at Milanello.
Paolo Maldini points to Pioli’s confirmation, while Zvonomir Boban would like Max Allegri’s return to the Rossoneri, the report concludes.