Milan could appoint former Inter and Fiorentina directors Andrea Romeo and Daniele Prade as it restructures its staff.
One of the first and most important changes to the Rossoneri's internal hierarchies was the appointment of Marco Fassone as new director general, which should be followed in September by the departure of joint-CEO Adriano Galliani.
Fassone is now hard at work to create a new team, and TuttoMercatoWeb believes that he has already eyed two candidates.
Former referee Romeo will be asked to work as Milan's team manager, after having already covered that role for Inter, where Fassone had the opportunity of seeing him at work.
As for the new sporting director, Daniele Prade is being linked to the job, after working for Fiorentina from 2012 to 2016.