AC Milan Transfer News and Rumours Tracker: Week of March 10
With the Clarence Seedorf era beginning to take shape, it's worth taking an early look at all the latest rumours circulating AC Milan heading into the summer.
Expect the Rossoneri to make plenty of squad changes in a few months, and create a revolution which will be spearheaded by the new coach.
Here are all the latest credible rumours about possible buys and sales.
Seedorf Already in Hot Seat?
According to a report from Football Italia, Clarence Seedorf has been told that he might be fired if Milan do not reach a Europa League spot at the end of the Serie A season.
With the way the Coppa Italia has shaped up, the sixth placed side in the league will also win a ticket to the Europa League.
Seedorf's men have lost four out of their last five matches in all competitions and were only recently knocked out of the Champions League by Atletico Madrid.
Adebayor and Alex for Makeover?
According to Sky Sports Italia (via Football Italia), Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor and PSG defender Alex will be summer transfer targets.
The 30-year-old Adebayor has scored eight goals in the Premier League this season, and could be used as a replacement for Mario Balotelli or just as depth.
On the other hand, rumors associated with the link posted above say that a contract has already been made for Alex and that he's virtually a Milan player.
Max Allegri to Join Greece?
Former Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri has been linked with the Greek national team job, according to Sky Sport Italia (h/t Football Italia).
Allegri was replaced by Clarence Seedorf in January and will look to find a new coaching gig once the season is over.
The Hellenic Football Federation has been in touch with the ex-Rossoneri coach and could make him the new leader after the World Cup.
Milan Looking for Fresh Investment?
According to Corriere dello Sport (h/t Football Italia), Milan could be looking for new investors if they cannot stay in any European competitions next year.
Even though Fininvest denied reports that the team was for sale, there has been speculation of this sort for several years now.
After all, Silvio Berlusconi has plenty of other distractions to deal with. It wouldn't be a total shock if he handed the reins to someone who could be fully entrenched in the club.
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