The former head of Schalke 04, Hoffenheim, and RB Leipzig have been associated with a post in San Siro for several months.

Rangnick denied all assumptions with Milan

Ralf Rangnick knocked down stubborn assumptions that he will become the next head coach of AC Milan. The former head of Schalke 04, Hoffenheim, and RB Leipzig have been associated with a post in San Siro for several months. Reports in Italy often portrayed this deal as useful, but this does not match Rangnick’s explanation. Rangnick is currently working behind the scenes with Leipzig, as well as other football clubs tied to the Red Bull. In his role as head of sports and energy merchant development. Answering a question about Milan’s work, Rangnik said on Friday to the German broadcaster MDR: “This is nothing. There were once free requests, but such a statement has nothing to do with reality.”

Two souls in the competition of Milan

It may come as a surprise to Milan’s former chief football officer, Zvonimir Boban. Who, after leaving the club in March, said the deal for Ralf agreed on last December. Boban pounced on his former club and its chief executive officer, Ivan Gazidis after he departed from Milan, which happened when a 51-year-old specialist believed that the former head of Arsenal had approached Ralf behind him. “Until a few days ago, I did not think that there were two souls in the composition of Milan,” Boban told Gazzetta Dello Sport last month. “Although, taking into account all the thousands of initial difficulties, cultural differences, and very different passions for the Rossoneri cause.

It was not Milanese form

“Even to warn us was disrespectful and inelegant. It was not a Milanese style. At least, not what we remembered in Milanese form as being. Boban added: “They closed the deal with Rangnick in December. I can wish him all the best of luck in the world, but they should have told me about it. I deserved to be informed of the initiative. Stefano Pioli is the head coach of Milan, having been appointed in October after a difficult start to the season with the previous boss Marco Giampaolo. Before the A series season was stopped by the coronavirus pandemic, Milan finished seventh in the table, scoring 36 points from 28 games, three points from Napoli in the Europa League, and 12 points from Atalanta in fourth.