Milan have, according to the Gazzetta dello Sport, already offered Ralf Rangnick a three-year deal at San Siro, with an option of a fourth.

The reports in Italy are claiming that sporting director Zvonimir Boban’s goodbye is imminent and will be official within a few days.

The Gazzetta dello Sport writes that the path set by the Elliott fund is pointing towards a new system under the German Red Bull director.

Milan have, according to the Gazzetta dello Sport, already offered Ralf Rangnick a three-year deal at San Siro, with an option of a fourth.

The reports in Italy are claiming that sporting director Zvonimir Boban’s goodbye is imminent and will be official within a few days.

The Gazzetta dello Sport writes that the path set by the Elliott fund is pointing towards a new system under the German Red Bull director.

Paolo Maldini’s job could also be at affected by the new system and Stefano Pioli would then be left alone to do his job in the dugout, with CEO Ivan Gazidis not hiding his interest in Rangnick to take over this summer.

The newspaper has claimed that the Elliott Management have already offered Rangnick a deal for the next three years, including an option for a fourth season with the former RB Leipzig coach in charge.

The reports in Italy have previously claimed that Milan are looking to make big changes at the Giuseppe Meazza, offering Rangnick a manager position and the full control over the sporting decisions at the Diavolo.

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