Roberto Donadoni claims he is “itching to get back to Coaching” after spending a year out of the game since parting ways with Bologna.
The former Italy CT tactician has a glittering honours list as a player, winning 20 trophies with the Rossoneri, but has been something of the journeyman as a technician, leading four different clubs in an eight-year period after his time as the Italy CT.
“I would like to get back into Coaching as soon as possible,” he told Sky Sport Italia.
“After a year out of the game, I’m itching to get back involved. Even if I travelled the world in my time off, I’ve missed the daily routine of leading a football team.
“I was offered something in Italy a few months ago, but right now, I haven’t spoken with anyone.
“I really hope Atalanta can qualify for the Champions League, even if they are fighting with Milan for a place. My heart is divided, as my loyalties lie with both clubs, however, it is very exciting to be so uncertain of who will qualify right until the final day of the season.”
The 55-year-old was born in Bergamo and came through the Nerazzurri youth ranks before joining Milan in 1986.