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Milan practically sacked Pioli in December – report

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Stefano Pioli should battle for his Milan job, however based on Calciomercato.com, the Rossoneri had ‘virtually determined to sack’ the Italian tactician in December.

Pioli’s Milan contract expires in June 2025 and regardless of rising stories of his exit on the finish of the season, President Paolo Scaroni and CEO Giorgio Furlani have lately confirmed their belief within the Parma-born coach.

In response to Calciomercato.com, nevertheless, the Serie A giants had virtually determined to sack their coach in December following a ‘disappointing’ 2-2 draw towards Salernitana on the Stadio Arechi.

Nonetheless, an absence of convincing replacements and the backing from Milan’s most skilled gamers reportedly satisfied the membership to verify Pioli till the top of the marketing campaign.

In response to the report, Pioli’s probabilities to stay answerable for the Diavoli subsequent season are fairly low, even when the 58-year-old can nonetheless save his job by successful the Europa League or the Serie A title even when that is an arduous process provided that Inter have an eight-point lead over their metropolis rivals with a recreation in hand.

The report mentions Antonio Conte, Thiago Motta, Roberto De Zerbi and Julen Lopetegui as coaches with ‘attention-grabbing traits’ for executives at Casa Milan.

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