Maldini & Boban under Milan fire?

by | Oct 1, 2019 10:00

Paolo Maldini and Zvonimir Boban are also reportedly in the firing line at Milan as Elliott Management examines their poor start to the season.

Milan have made their worst start to a Serie A season since 1938 after losing four of their first six games.

Gazzetta dello Sport reports Elliott chief Gordon Singer was in the stands at San Siro, where fans turned against the Rossoneri players during their 3-1 defeat to Fiorentina on Sunday.

Paolo Maldini and Zvonimir Boban are also reportedly in the firing line at Milan as Elliott Management examines their poor start to the season.

Milan have made their worst start to a Serie A season since 1938 after losing four of their first six games.

Gazzetta dello Sport reports Elliott chief Gordon Singer was in the stands at San Siro, where fans turned against the Rossoneri players during their 3-1 defeat to Fiorentina on Sunday.

Although Singer would not have met Maldini or Boban after the game, the newspaper warns the two ex-players are being scrutinised along with Coach Marco Giampaolo.

The pair were brought back to the club over the summer, as part of a reshuffle behind the scenes following the exits of Gennaro Gattuso and Leonardo.

Elliott is said to retain confidence in their summer dealings on and off the field, but La Gazzetta nonetheless claims they are “at risk” if the situation does not improve.

Meanwhile, the pinksheet expects Maldini to dine with Ukraine CT Andriy Shevchenko after Atalanta’s Champions League game at San Siro this evening.

The meal is officially to celebrate Shevchenko’s 43rd birthday, but the former Diavolo striker has been put forward as a candidate to replace Giampaolo.

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