Milan fans have again questioned the possible appointment of Clarence Seedorf as a replacement for boss Massimiliano Allegri.
The latter is expected to be sacked by the Rossoneri this summer and Seedorf, currently playing for Brazilian outfit Botafogo, is in the thoughts of President Silvio Berlusconi.
The club’s Curva Sud supporters this week released a statement  where they doubted the hiring of a man with no coaching experience.
Then, at 1.30am this morning, around 10 fans were caught by police after they hung a banner outside the club’s Via Turati HQ saying: “Seedorf – no thanks.”
The banner was subsequently taken down by the authorities.
The 37-year-old Seedorf left the Diavolo last summer after spending a decade with the outfit following a switch from city rivals Inter.
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