Serie A — 25 March 2013

Despite the words of Adriano Galliani and Allegri himself, it’s rumored that the current coach of AC Milan will not respect his contract till 2014, but he will leave at the end of this season. Allegri’s future is not sure, even if someone thinks that Roma will be his next destination. His departure will not be a problem, because there are numerous ex-AC Milan players ready to become Allegri’Mark Van Bommels substitute.

First of all Mark Van Bommel. He left AC Milan at the end of last season to conclude his career as a player in PSV Eindhoven, the Dutch team where he played betwee 1999 and 2005, before becoming a popular player in Europe. He has a great memory about AC Milan, that left with regret.

Another option is Rino Gattuso, currently Sion player-coach. After the friendly match played between Sion and AC Milan in San Siro last week, Gattuso declared that his dream is to become AC Milan’s future coach.

Also Filippo Inzaghi, excellent striker till last season, and now coach of the Allievi Nazionali of AC Milan, would like to become  the coach of the professional AC Milan team.

Roberto Donadoni, player in AC Milan between 1986 and 1999, could be another alternative. He is now coaching Parma, and is showing all his experience in the football world, creating a solid team.

However, this list cannot be limited only to ex-AC Milan’s players. In fact, Galliani has shown his appreciation for Vincenzo Montella, a young coach that is giving new motivation to Fiorentina, leading it in the Europe zone.

The last name is Cesare Prandelli. After the 2014 World Cup he could become AC Milan’s coach, taking advantage from his deep knowledge of some elements, such as El Shaarawy, Balotelli and De Sciglio.


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