Cagliari want to hand the directorial reins to Milan man Adriano Galliani, according to reports this morning.
The Rossoneri board member was on the verge of leaving San Siro last year when his resignation was, after much pondering, rejected by President Silvio Berlusconi.
The reason for wanting to depart was down to a falling out with Barbara Berlsuconi, who is still at the club.
And Tuttosport believe that the Isolani will look to take advantage of that situation by offering Galliani a three-year deal to take sole charge of the club, with President Massimo Cellino taking a back-seat.
It is not clear however, what Milan’s or Galliani’s stance on this offer will be.
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