The latest reports reiterate that Pippo Inzaghi is in pole position to replace Clarence Seedorf at Milan, but suggest Roberto Donadoni remains in contention.
Seedorf is increasingly expected to be removed from his position on the Rossonero bench after the final game of the season after an indifferent start to his tenure from January and a believed poor relationship with club directors.
The Gazzetta dello Sport today are running the line that Primavera boss Inzaghi is the outright favourite within San Siro to replace his former teammate at the helm, with Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani described as both estimating the 40-year-old very highly.
However, it is believed that the Diavolo are also keeping their options open and are monitoring Roberto Donadoni’s continued work at Parma.
Whilst he is seen as not as popular a choice from within Milan, but the club are understood to face little opposition from Parma, should they decide to make a move.
Meanwhile, the Gazzetta dello Sport also report that recent links to Luciano Spalletti and Roberto Mancini are increasingly unlikely avenues to be explored.
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