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Wednesday May 14 2014
Leonardo set for PSG return?

Paris Saint-Germain are seen as in advanced talks with Leonardo to bring him back to the club as sporting director.

The former Milan and Inter Coach worked in the position for two years before resigning last summer after being handed a 13-month ban for barging a match official.

Whilst his appeal against that decision has been successful and only ratification in the Administrative Court of Paris awaits, speculation is that a return to his old role is on the cards.

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Tuesday April 22 2014
Leonardo: 'Leaving Milan and Inter'

Leonardo reveals he left Milan “because of personal misunderstandings” and does not regret quitting Inter for PSG.

The Brazilian began his coaching career at Milan, moving up from the role of director and talent scout, but reportedly had issues with CEO Adriano Galliani.

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Tuesday April 22 2014
Moratti: 'Mourinho would return'

Inter Honorary President Massimo Moratti admits he’ll “often think we could bring back Jose Mourinho rather than buying lots of players.”

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Thursday April 10 2014
Leo dismisses Inter return

Leonardo has reiterated his desire to return to coaching, but does not believe it will be at former club Inter.

The Brazilian retired midfielder enjoyed spells on the benches at both the Nerazzurri and prior to that with Milan, before moving back into a sporting director role at Paris Saint-Germain, until the end of last summer.

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Wednesday April 9 2014
Leonardo explains Milan departure

Leonardo says the reason he left his post coaching Milan was because of a breakdown in relations with certain people at the club.

The Brazilian, who also had a season in charge of Inter, has revealed he is looking to return to the dugout in the near future.

“My idea is to make a return as a Coach,” Leonardo told FcInterNews.it. “It could even be in time for next season.

“I will stay in Europe, that’s the plan. I think that with the experience I now have I have discovered my ideal way of wanting to work.

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Thursday March 27 2014
Cambiasso: Mou and Mancini great

Inter’s Esteban Cambiasso has praised the work done by both Roberto Mancini and Jose Mourinho at San Siro.

The two former Nerazzurri Coaches have been locked in a war of words recently but the Argentine said both men had contributed greatly to his time at the club.

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Tuesday March 18 2014
Leonardo: All to blame at Milan

Leonardo believes no one person can be blamed for Milan’s crisis, as he talks of links to Inter and the hope of a return to the field.

The Brazilian recently served as sporting director and Coach at San Siro for the Rossoneri and has cast an eye on the club’s current struggles on and off the pitch.

“I think it is normal, even if you can say that Milan were not prepared to experience this,” Leonardo has told Sky Sport 24 today.

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Tuesday March 18 2014
‘No-one opposed Allegri on Pirlo’

Paolo Maldini’s strike out at Milan includes Adriano Galliani’s acceptance in 2011 to release Andrea Pirlo on Massimiliano Allegri’s say-so.

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Friday February 14 2014
Leonardo set for PSG return - report

Leonardo could be set for a return to Paris Saint-Germain, despite reports linking him with Inter.

The Brazilian was sporting director at the French side between 2011 and 2013, but resigned from the role after being handed a suspension by the France Football Federation for a touchline spat.

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Monday February 10 2014
Thohir has post-Branca list

Inter President Erick Thohir reportedly has a list of candidates in mind to replace departed technical director Marco Branca.

Branca left the Nerazzurri with immediate effect on Saturday and, whilst the club indicated that his duties would be handed over to sporting director Pietro Ausilio, the club are seen as working on bringing in someone else long-term.

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