When Pep Guardiola left Barcelona, everyone wondered one thing: where will he go next?
It was inevitable. Here you have a manager who has only coached one club but in so doing created one of the greatest sides the world has ever seen.
In four seasons with Barca, Guardiola won: three league titles, two Champions Leagues, two Copa del Reys, three Spanish Supercopas, two European Super Cups and two World Club Cups.
So, it can be said that at 100% of the clubs he managed, Guardiola has been wildly successful.
This has, of course, led to all the major European teams being touted as the next stop for Pep. Big spenders Chelsea and Manchester City will surely offer huge money for Guardiola to recreate the kind of football that won even more plaudits than it did trophies.
Likewise, traditionally big clubs like Inter Milan will look to get in on some of the magic, with Manchester United always on the look-out for someone capable of the unenviable task of succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson.
But none of those teams need Guardiola like Inter's cross town rivals AC Milan. Currently languishing down in 10th in Serie A, their only win in four games bringing them up from 15th and an underwhelming loss to Malaga in the Champions league making their future in that competition look shaky, the Rossoneri are in dire straits.
So in this article we look at why Guardiola would be so good at the San Siro.