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Rumours of Antonio Conte and Jurgen Klopp excite but seem fanciful – the idea of Milan being turned down by Montella before succeeding in wooing Klopp or Conte is unlikely, even if the latter is apparently motivated by rebuilding projects.

That’s not to say the Rossoneri don’t have talent – a team with the attacking quality of Alessio Cerci, Mattia Destro, Jeremy Menez and Keisuke Honda should be a more potent attacking force than it currently is. But it’s worth remembering this is also a team that is still relying on Sulley Muntari in midfield, and Daniele Bonera in defence. That disparity, as well being a club that relies on short term deals means that a consistent core of personalities and qualities is never built. The team is in a constant state of flux on the pitch, as well as being indecisive off it.

“I look at the glass half full,” Inzaghi told media. He might be looking at Milanello through the rear view mirror before long. Once again, it’s unclear what rebuilding work he’ll be observing as he departs the Diavolo.

Montella isn’t alone in viewing a prospective job at M大发赌球ilan with scepticism – after watching Massimiliano Allegri and Clarence Seedorf’s tenure diminish into a series of “summits” questioning strategies and style, seeing the same thing happen to Filippo Inzaghi doesn’t give the impression of a club that shows faith in its tacticians.

“He has another two years on his contract and has no reason to leave,” director Vincenzo Guerini confidently told press. It’s hard to doubt his confidence, perhaps the better answer would be: “he has no reason to join Milan.”

The news that,AG赌球 once again, a Rossonero Coach, his back thrust against the wall by injuries and apathy, is facing questions over his job doesn’t sell the club very well to prospective candidates. Why would Montella, a Coach who is employed at a club which has acquiesced to his vision and supported it with financial investment join Milan? The Diavolo are a side with a very different view of a Coaches’ role in player employment.

After weeks of rumours linking Fiorentina coach Vincenzo Montella and Milan, the Tuscan side finally spoke out on the speculation.

Meanwhile, their current Coach puts on a brave face as the world collapses about his ears. The Rossoneri face Verona in a match that may decide Inzaghi’s future without Nigel De Jong and Riccardo Montolivo, his best midfielder and his captain.

As the product on the pitch continues to stall with another mediocre result against Chievo Verona, the pulling power of the club slides with it. Filippo Inzaghi looks exactly like what he is – a rookie Coach at a club a little too large for a first senior role. That said, having to depend on a poorly built side which is additionally hampered by injuries would be a tough task for any appointed manager.

Negotiations reportedly fell apart with Unai Emery and Luciano Spalletti before Inzaghi was chosen as Coach in 2014, with question over the budget provided stalling the arrival of a tangible quantity on the bench. If Inzaghi is dismissed, chances of a repeat this summer would be the most likely – and disappointing – outcome. Without the guarantee of tangible investment and a degree of control over the selection and pursuit of transfer targets, experienced coaches are understandably put威尼斯开户 off by the Rossoneri.