Speculation continues to mount over Clarence Seedorf’s future with one newspaper suggesting that he could be sacked before the end of the season.
The Dutch tactician had guided the Rossoneri to five straight wins before that run came to an end at the weekend against Roma.
The San Siro outfit lost 2-0 in the capital, to see them slip to 10th in the table, six points off of a European place with three games to go until the end of the campaign.
And Tuttosport reveal that his relationship with the Milan board is such, that, they could be moved to sack the former midfielder even at this late stage.
The paper believes that Mauro Tassotti could take over for the remaining games, before Pippo Inzaghi takes over for next season.
CEO Barbara Berlusconi refused to back Seedorf when asked at the weekend, but the Coach himself has claimed that all he wants his to continue with the Diavolo.
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