AC Milan currently sit in 10th place in the Serie A standings on 29 points. Suffice to say, this is far from where the club expected to be at the beginning of the season.
Injuries to key players such as Stephan El Shaarawy and Mario Balotelli have not helped, yet the issues plaguing the Rossoneri at the moment are far bigger than can be fixed by those two alone.
Sloppy defensive play and generally unimaginative midfield play have been strong factors in Milan's decline this year. As such, moving on from Max Allegri seemed a foregone conclusion very early in the season.
New manager Clarence Seedorf has overseen a mini-revival of the team's results, with seven points picked up in Serie A in the past three matches. Still, the results have not been overly convincing.
Milan face an uphill climb to play in Europe next season, with the Champions League simply no longer a reasonable expectation from the side.
During the upcoming summer transfer window, Seedorf has his first true opportunity to mold the side to fit his plans. The issues in the squad are plenty, but here is an overview of what Seedorf must do to get Milan back on track.