Despite everything seemingly being geared in the right direction on the field at present, the future of Milan off the pitch is up in the air.
There is an abundance of speculation regarding a potential change in head coach over the summer, while there are even murmurs that Elliott Management could sell the club entirely.
According to the latest from Tuttosport – as cited by MilanNews – a new revolution for the Rossoneri could happen this offseason, and the name of Ariedo Braida has come back into fashion.
The paper explains that the role with which he could return to Milan – where he worked under Silvio Berlusconi for over 20 years – is not yet clear. With the current management, the former Barcelona sporting director could have an institutional role, but it will be necessary to understand the fate of Paolo Maldini and Zvonomir Boban. If either were to leave, Braida could return to fill a role in the technical area.
There is no lack of indiscretions, in fact they are becoming more and more insistent with the passing of the days, and despite the doubts about Braida’s possible role, bringing a figure with his experience to the Rossoneri could be an important resource.