Ralf Rangnick’s hand will also be seen in other sectors of Milan, a report claims, in particular in that of the technical area.
It seems increasingly likely based on reports in the media that Rangnick will accept a role at Milan which will see him lead a revolution at the club.
According to Tuttosport (via MilanLive), the German manager is ready to revolutionise even the technical and managerial staff as all the men loyal to Stefano Pioli will leave.
Two of the Rossoneri’s current recruitment team will be given more power in chief scout Geoffrey Moncada and CEO Ivan Gazidis’ right-hand man Hendrik Almstadt, who will handle accounts and budget management.
The sports director will be Paul Mitchell, a man who has worked closely with Rangnick throughout his time at Red Bull, meaning there would be no room for Frederic Massara.
In terms of coaching staff, RB Leipzig assistant manager Lars Konetka could follow Rangnick to Milanello, and he could be joined by Moritz Volz – another great follower of Gegenpressing.