Arsenal and AC Milan have reportedly joined a long queue of clubs in pursuit of the FC Nordsjaelland forward labelled 'the Danish Inzaghi'
Italian giants AC Milan, who are badly struggling to perform according to their reputation since last few years, have joined the race for the signature of current Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola. The new owner of Rossoneri, Bee Taechaubol, is ready to beat the competition of Man City to get the Spaniard in the dugout of San Siro next season.
Both, Inter and AC Milan, are performing extremely poorly this season and on Sunday, when they played against each other, they both proved it why by playing out a boring draw at San Siro as there was a notable lack of quality. Inter Milan were denied a penalty for a clear handball and Roberto Mancini later criticized the referee Luca Benti for his poor decision making.
AC Milan are lying in the 10th spot in Serie A after 28 games of the season so far and they won’t be playing in Europe next season. And coach Pippo Inzaghi has asked his players to give their everything and treat next 10 games as ‘finals’.
AC Milan yet again fumbled a lead to Fiorentina in the dying moments of the match to lose by 2-1 to Viola. This defeat has put the future of coach Pippo Inzaghi in doubt but the coach is optimistic that he will save his job.
AC Milan boss Pippo Inzaghi is counting his last days at the San Siro stadium as the club directors are not at all satisfied with his performance so far. And the candidate who is on top of AC Milan’s wish list to replace Inzaghi is current Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp.
As the woes of the Milanisti continue this season, we look at how manager Filippo Inzaghi has fared and how much of it is to be blamed on him.
AC Milan coach Filipo Inzaghi has out down his side's recent troubles to injuries and lack of focus resulted in more dropped more points at the San Siro
AC Milan have won only one game in 2015 and the reports of Inzaghi’s impending sack have been rife in Italy. But club CEO Adriano Galliani has stressed that the former striker won’t be sacked anytime soon.
To have any realistic chance of qualifying for the Champions League next season, AC Milan are ready to splash the cash and they are preparing the bids for Roma striker Mattia Destro and PSG midfielder Thiago Motta.