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Meet AC Milan’s top official, replace Gattuso Montella?

Meet AC Milan’s top official, replace Gattuso Montella?

Rumor of dismissal Vincenzo Montella back sticking out following AC Milan’s 0-2 defeat of Juventus at San Siro on Saturday (10/28/2017). According to recent developments, AC Milan will reportedly appoint Gennaro Gattuso to replace Montella.

As reported by Calciomercato, Gattuso has even met with the owner of the club, Han Li, AC Milan Sports Director Massimiliano Mirabelli yesterday. It is not known what they are talking about. However, in an interview with Milannews, Gattuso claimed to have praise related to the appearance of foster children in the Milan Primavera team.

“It’s nice to meet Han Li and Mirabelli today, I do not even know if they want to come in. With Mirabelli we discuss the game He told me that he saw a lot of progress on our young players We also discussed the goal being disallowed,” Gattuso said.

Asked if he would replace Montella, Gattuso denied. “The main team? Do not think so, we’re just talking about the primavera team,” he said.

Prior to the Montella era, AC Milan had actually tried to hire former players in charge of coaching young teams as coaches of major teams, such as Filippo Inzaghi, Clarence Seedorf, and Cristian Brocchi. However, all three did not last long because it failed miserably.

Montella’s Hot Chair

The future of Montella is already threatened in the last month. Of the 11 games in Serie A, AC Milan have lost five times. Three of them happened at the San Siro. As a result, I Rossoneri increasingly difficult to compete for the Scudetto this season.

In fact, just fighting for the big four positions was difficult even though this season is still long. In fact, Milan have spent funds of 230 million euros to buy 11 new players in the transfer market last summer.

Some other names that emerged as a substitute candidate Montella is Paulo Sousa, Massimo Oddo, until the Swiss national team coach, Vladimir Petkovic. However, so far, it’s still a rumor because Milan’s top brass always deny going to dismiss Montella.

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