Reports today have it that Milan do have an alternative to Clarence Seedorf and Massimiliano Allegri in their sights - Frank Rijkaard.
The former Rossonero midfielder, who spent five years as a player at San Siro, has previously been linked with the Coach’s job.
President Silvio Berlusconi will meet with Adriano Galliani and Allegri this Thursday evening where it is expected that the club’s current Coach will reach an agreement to leave, with Roma waiting in the wings.
Former player Seedorf is seen as the club’s first alternative, but the Corriere dello Sport suggest that Rijkaard has entered into contention.
The 50-year-old former Netherlands, Barcelona and Galatasaray Coach is currently out of work having left his role with the Saudi Arabia national team earlier this year.
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