Gian Piero Gasperini is refusing to comment on speculation linking him with Juventus and Roma.
The sacked Genoa boss has been associated with a summer switch to the two clubs given the uncertain futures of Gigi Del Neri and Vincenzo Montella.
"At this moment in time I see that all the clubs have Coaches," he said diplomatically. "Therefore it is only right that we wait for the last five games of the season and then see what happens."
Gasperini is one of many names associated with the Juve job after another problematic campaign in Turin.
There were hopes that the Old Lady could challenge for the title, but it looks as if they won't even qualify for the Champions League.
"Juventus obviously can't be satisfied with the season they have had and are looking to pick themselves up in the last few rounds," he added.
"But the League table respects what has happened in the championship this term, it is rewarding sides like Napoli and Udinese who have clearly done much better.
"The Scudetto? Let's say that the shield is three-quarters stitched on to the Rossoneri jersey," added Gasperini.
"I don't think that Milan can now fail in this objective."
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