Clarence Seedorf reportedly told Milan’s Ultras in January that he hopes to change up to three-quarters of the Rossoneri’s current squad.
The Gazzetta dello Sport, who today are running the line that the 37-year-old has two games to save his job at San Siro, also suggest that his intentions with the playing staff involve a complete renovation.
The paper quote Giancarlo Capelli, leader of the club’s Curva Sud Ultras, as telling them that Seedorf indicated as much to him during a meeting held in January, at the very beginning of his tenure as Coach.
“Seedorf told us that three-quarters of this team, who he has inherited, he does not want,” Capelli has told the Gazzetta. “He told us a week after arriving here.”
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