Barbara Berlusconi has had her say on how Italian football’s highest office should be reformed following the World Cup.
FIGC President Giancarlo Abete handed in his resignation following the Azzurri’s shock exit from the tournament in Brazil at the group stage.
And the Milan director has claimed that the age range of board members should be brought down to bring in fresh ideas.
“The governance of Italian football has to be reformed,” she told ANSA.
“The spaces should be filled by people in their forties. We need people with vision.”
The likes Paolo Maldini and Demetrio Albertini are just two of the names that have been linked with the job in the past week.