Silvio Berlusconi refused to say who would be Milan Coach next season, while Hachim Mastour prepares for his debut.
The Rossoneri are extremely unlikely to qualify for Europe and it is increasingly taken for granted in the Italian media that Clarence Seedorf will be sacked.
President Berlusconi was on television show UnoMattina today and was asked outright who would be the Milan Coach next season.
“We’ll talk about it when you invite me on here next time,” smiled the patron.
Meanwhile, Milan are preparing to give 15-year-old Mastour his Serie A debut this weekend against Sassuolo.
He was officially promoted to the first team on Tuesday and scored his first goal in a training ground game between ranks today.
The Italian of Moroccan descent won’t turn 16 until later this summer and could become the second youngest Milan player to make his Serie A bow.
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