The Times is suggesting Milan will consider replacing Massimiliano Allegri with Andre Villas-Boas at the end of the season.
Allegri, in his fourth campaign at San Siro, is unlikely to be offered a new contract once his present agreement expires in June.
Villas-Boas – sacked by Tottenham this month – has apparently already been contacted by intermediaries of the Italian outfit, but he’s asked for time to consider his next move.
Allegri was expected to be sacked last summer until Vice-President Adriano Galliani convinced owner Silvio Berlusconi to keep the Coach.
Although the Rossoneri have reached the last 16 of the Champions League, they are struggling badly in Serie A.
Milan are tenth in the standings and a massive 16 points adrift of the Champions League zone.
Former Milan stars Pippo Inzaghi – currently in charge of the Primavera side – and Botafogo midfielder Clarence Seedorf have also been linked with the hotseat.
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