AC Milan are ‘confident’ that Ralf Rangnick will accept a role at the club ahead of next season, according to a report.
The media in Italy and abroad continue to speculate about whether another revolution is on the cards for the Rossoneri this summer, with some outlets adamant that Rangnick will sign a three-year deal with Milan to become head coach and sporting director.
It would be an unprecedented role in Italian football and is spearheaded by CEO Ivan Gazidis’ desire to create an English structure at the club, though denials have arrived regarding a pre-agreement from Rangnick, his agent and most recently Bild in Germany.
However, Monday’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanNews) claims that barring sensational surprises, the 61-year-old will lead Milan next season.
The Turin-based newspaper claims that there is confidence filtering from Casa Milan regarding the whole operation, and all that remains is for the former Schalke and Hoffenheim boss is for his last reservations to be removed.
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