Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri admits that he’d like to move abroad when he does eventually leave the Rossoneri.
Although he says that he is happy with life at Milanello, he accepts that he won’t be able to spend his entire career with the Diavolo.
“It’s important for me to stay in Milan for a long time, but I know that it’s impossible to stay here forever,” noted the former Cagliari boss.
“After managing Milan, most clubs would be a step down in anyone’s career.
“However, I've been learning English for a year now. After Milan I want to work abroad. England would be my first choice, then Spain.
“For me it is important before getting to the end of my career to have experiences in different countries.”
Allegri, a former midfielder during his playing days, arrived at Milan in the summer of 2010 to replace Leonardo.
The 44-year-old won the Scudetto at his first attempt with the club and the outfit are currently four points clear at the top of the table with 11 games to go.
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