Milan president drops new coach hint

AC Milan president Paolo Scaroni hints that Ivan Gazidis is working to make Ralf Rangnick the new coach of the Rossoneri.

Ralf Rangnick is getting closer to becoming the new coach of AC Milan. After his recent statements on contacts with the Rossoneri, other important comments arrive from the Red and Black club. In Paolo Scaroni’s virtual conference held today, the president of AC Milan hinted that Rangnick will sit on the Milan bench in the near future.

In particular, Scaroni clearly explained how the Rossoneri CEO Ivan Gazidis is ready to focus on a coach like the German, with a more international mentality and an original tactical philosophy.

Gazidis works on building a young squad, with players capable of making a fast game, more aggressive than what you see in Italy. He is inspired by the Ajax model, or what is being done in the Premier League “.

A sort of well-calibrated clue. In practice, Scaroni explained that AC Milan has a project based on young talents and on a fluid, modern and offensive game. In summary: he wants to rely on a man and perfectionist like Ralf Rangnick. The German coach is the number one target of the Rossoneri to succeed Stefano Pioli.

The AC Milan president also commented how appointing Marco Giampaolo as coach was a mistake. AC Milan today is one of the youngest teams in Italy. We made some mistakes, like trusting the team to Giampaolo. But that’s the past, now let’s look at the future“.

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