Tuesday February 7 2017
Milan consider Mancini?

It’s sensationally claimed that Milan are considering appointing Roberto Mancini as Coach for next season.

A Chinese consortium, Sino-Europe Sports, is in the process of buying the Rossoneri from Silvio Berlusconi and his Fininvest holding company.

The takeover is expected to be completed by March 3, and Corriere dell Sport is reporting that incoming CEO Marco Fassone and future sporting director Massimo Mirabelli are considering a change on the bench.

Both are ex-Inter directors, and the newspaper claims they are very attached to the idea of appointing Roberto Mancini.

The Coach left the Nerazzurri before the start of this season, and has rejected offers to move to China.

It’s thought Mancini is keen to return to the English Premier League, with Arsenal the dream option if Arsene Wenger decides to step down.

Slaven Bilic is under pressure at West Ham United, so the Hammers could also be an option, but if he is still free after this season then the new ownership could turn to Mancio.

It’s thought current CEO Adriano Galliani met with Montella yesterday to assure him that his job is safe under the current regime, despite four consecutive defeats.

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