Silvio Berlusconi is reportedly set to discuss Clarence Seedorf’s future as Milan Coach and he could be out before the end of the season.
The Dutchman has endured a difficult start to life on the Rossonero bench since replacing Max Allegri and a run of four consecutive defeats in all competitions has heightened fan protests.
The Corriere dello Sport lead suggestions that Seedorf’s position as Coach is up for discussion at the club, with President Berlusconi reportedly having called Vice-President Adriano Galliani to talk over the crisis yesterday.
Berlusconi is set to meet with daughter and director Barbara later on Monday and it is speculated that a decision on Seedorf will be made, with rumours split between handing the 37-year-old next week’s game with Lazio to prove himself, or the rest of the season to at least secure Europa League qualification.
It is understood that should Seedorf be removed from his position, Pippo Inzaghi would be handed control.
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