Clarence Seedorf’s agent has denied that the Botafogo midfielder has had any approach from former side Milan about becoming their Coach.
Massimiliano Allegri’s future at San Siro is set to be resolved in a weekend meeting with President Silvio Berlusconi and Vice-President Adriano Galliani,  with it believed that should the tactician leave, former Rossonero Seedorf would be asked back to replace him.
However, his representative has asserted that they have had no indication from the club that the Dutchman is in their plans.
“They are rumours, just rumours. And honestly I do not think there is much to discuss about it,” Deborah Martin told Milannews.it this week.
“Certainly, I have heard the rumours, even I have seen the newspapers reporting on this, but the truth is that no-one has presented us with a contract.
“There has been no contract as a Coach for Clarence Seedorf. What I can say is that Seedorf is a player at Botafogo and there have been no other contract proposals.”
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