The president of the New York Yankees, Randy Levine, is set to join the AC Milan board of directors as the hierarchy of the club continues to change, a report claims.
As has been reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport (via Calciomercato), the American is going to join the board which contains Paolo Scaroni (chairman), Gerry Cardinale (founder and frontman of the RedBird fund), Alec Scheiner, Niraj Shah, Isaac Halyard, Gordon Singer, Giorgio Furlani (CEO) and Stefano Cocirio.
Levine is soon to turn 68 years old and has been the president of the famous baseball team in New York for 23 years.
Before taking that role in 2000, he was the deputy mayor of New York when Rudy Giuliani was in charge.
Before that, he worked in the Department of Justice during the Ronald Reagan administration.
It is not clear when he will be beginning his work as part of the board or how often he will be travelling to Milan.