There are conflicting reports in the Italian Press on Wednesday that Milan sporting director Ariedo Braida has resigned.
Stories emerged from several sources earlier today that the board member had handed in his resignation at the Rossoneri.
Braida’s current deal ends in June 2014, but Sky Sport Italia journalist Gianluca Di Marzio confirmed that he had asked to leave the San Siro side immediately.
However, the Milanello Twitter account have claimed that Milan have rejected his resignation.
Braida has been responsible for bringing the likes of Kaka and Frank Rijkaard to the Diavolo. But has faced criticism in recent years for taking a more sidelined role in recruitment of players.
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