Pippo Inzaghi expects to sit down with Milan management at the end of the season to decide his future.
The former striker and current Primavera Coach has been increasingly linked with taking Clarence Seedorf’s place as Coach of the senior side from the summer, with it expected that the Dutchman will be moved out just six months into his initial two-and-a-half-year term.
For the 40-year-old, though, there is no looking too far into the future, which is otherwise rumoured to include interest from other clubs. Sassuolo were turned down by the Rossoneri in January and Parma have been suggested as possibly interested this summer.
“At the end of the season I will sit at a table together with Adriano Galliani, the President and Barbara Berlusconi and decide my future,” Inzaghi has told reporters this week.
“I am attached to Milan, this is what counts. I repeat, I am very happy. I am tied to a contract with Milan and now they love me.
“This difficult season? You cannot always win, Milan will return greater. It can happen that after 25 years you do not get into Europe.
“We still have one game to go, let’s see if we can get into the Europa League, and even if they do not make it into Europe, there are conditions in which to do well - you can look at Roma this year.
“Sassuolo? It was a possibility in January, I am happy they are safe from relegation, but I do not want to think about anything.
“Would I go to Juventus? Let me be clear, I have a two-year contract with Milan. I am happy at Milan.
“What would I choose between Sassuolo, Milan and the Primavera? I say Milan’s Primavera because they haven’t won a title in 50 years.”