Mundo Deportivo reported on Saturday that the San Siro side are ‘thinking’ of offering Pep Guardiola the managerial job, in a renaissance bid after a hugely disappointing decade. I Rossoneri haven’t won a major trophy since 2011, in which time they’ve gone through no fewer than TEN different managers.
Guardiola’s contract at Manchester City runs until the end of the 2020/21 season and he has stated that he intends to see it out, meaning Milan would need to content themselves with another manager until the Catalan becomes available – if he wants the job at all.
Current Milan head coach Stefano Pioli has been in charge at the San Siro for under a fortnight, since his October 9th appointment, and is on a two-year deal. His side currently sit 13th in the Serie A table, having scored an abysmal six goals in seven games.
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