Reports say Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic risks the sack if the club don’t win their next two matches.
The Rossoneri failed to beat rock-bottom Verona at home on Sunday and owner Silvio Berlusconi was reportedly furious in the stands watching the game.
Tuttosport reports today that Berlusconi had set an objective for the Serbian Coach to obtain 12 points in the last four matches of 2015, but the San Siro giants can now only achieve a maximum of eight.
The newspaper believes that the next two matches – against Sampdoria in the Coppa Italia on Thursday and Frosinone in Serie A on Sunday – could decide Miha’s future.
After these games football will stop for the winter break, giving a natural opportunity to change Coaches should the club decide to.
The paper has suggested names such as Cristian Brocchi, Mauro Tassotti, Cesare Prandelli, Luciano Spalletti and Francesco Guidolin as potential successors at San Siro.