AC Milan to sack manager Clarence Seedorf and replace him with Filippo Inzaghi
Serie A side AC Milan have reportedly decided to terminate the contract of head coach Clarence Seedorf with his former team-mate Filippo Inzaghi stepping up as his replacement.
Seedorf took over the charge of the club from Massimiliano Allegri earlier this January, however, owning to clashes with Vice-president Adriano Galliani and Milan’s unconvincing performance with them finishing on the eight spot in the table, the Dutch will now be facing the axe.
According to Goal, club CEO Adriano Galliani and president Silvio Berlucsoni held a meeting on Monday in order to discuss prospects for candidates who could take over as manager for the next season, and Inzaghi emerged out as the only viable candidate.
Inzaghi, 40, had signed a two-year deal back in 2012–13 season, to manage the under-19 team of Milan, Primavera.