Adriano Galliani denied reports Clarence Seedorf has signed a pre-contract deal with Milan, while Cesare Prandelli emerges as an option.
The rumours emerged this week that Seedorf, who is still a player at Botafogo, had penned an agreement with the Rossoneri to take over as Coach in the future.
“At the moment there is nothing. We’re talking about something that doesn’t exist,” CEO Galliani told Brazilian site Lancenet.
“Massimiliano Allegri will remain in his place, we are concentrated on the current campaign.”
Allegri has been increasingly under fire amid poor results this season and his contract expires in June 2014.
Another candidate for the Milan job is reportedly Italy boss Prandelli, whose contract with the Federation expires after the 2014 World Cup.
He is widely expected to walk away from the Azzurri following that tournament in Brazil and La Gazzetta dello Sport today claims Prandelli is the favourite for the Milan bench.
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