Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic reportedly has ten days to save his job, with home games against Sassuolo and Chievo coming up.
The Rossoneri have got off to a sluggish start to the season under their new boss, despite spending heavily on new players over the summer.
They were held to a 1-1 draw by Torino on Saturday and have now gone three matches without a win, occupying 13th place in the table with 10 points from eight outings.
Corriere dello Sport has written today that the next two home games, both at San Siro, over the next ten days will determine whether the Serbian keeps his job or not.
He is under pressure to win both ties, with the objective of a top-three finish beginning to look further away.
The paper also believes that Rossoneri fans are starting to lose patience, as a banner unfurled by almost 2000 travelling supporters in Turin targeted the ‘club, Coach and players’.
Tuttosport has also reported a backroom bust up after the draw between Mihajlovic, Alessio Cerci and Brazilian defender Alex.
The newspaper believes that Alex was blamed for having taken a free kick that he wanted Cerci to attempt, with the winger also criticised for not opposing the Brazilian in his decision to take it.