Reports say Sevilla’s Unai Emery is a coaching option that would satisfy both Silvio Berlusconi and Milan’s Chinese investors.
The Spaniard was linked with the Rossoneri bench last season and has done nothing to damage his reputation this season, taking the La Liga outfit to a third consecutive Europa League final.
Tuttosport reports today that the Chinese group are discussing several topics with Berlusconi since signing an exclusivity agreement on Tuesday.
One of the most pressing concerns is identifying who will coach the team next season, with Cristian Brocchi currently in charge on an interim basis.
The current Rossoneri owner wants to keep Brocchi on in the job according to the outlet, but it will be difficult for this to happen if he sells his majority share.
The newspaper believes that Emery is an option that appeals to both parties due to his attractive playing style and European experience.
The 44-year-old’s current deal with the Andalucian club expires in 2017 and he could be tempted to begin a new adventure after three and a half years with Sevilla.