Zvonimir Boban sacked by Milan as Ivan Gazidis begins suspected San Siro overhaul

Milan have dismissed Zvonimir Boban after merely nine months as chief football officer, then again Stefano Pioli’s procedure as teacher is safe for now

Milan have sacked chief football officer Zvonimir Boban as CEO Ivan Gazidis begins what is anticipated to be a high-level clear-out of senior figures at San Siro.

Boban departs after merely nine months in his serve as, with the Rossoneri having endured another difficult season in Italy.

Stefano Pioli was once as soon as named head teacher in October after Marco Giampaolo was once as soon as sacked seven video video games into the Serie A advertising and marketing marketing campaign, however Milan have received best 10 league suits and sit down down 12 problems outside the very best four.

Gazidis has been tipped to oversee essential changes in the back of the scenes, with Boban and dressed in director Paolo Maldini long regarded as beneath chance of the sack.

It has been urged Gazidis needs to bring in Ralf Rangnick, the highest of sport and development for Red Bull, in a role that would possibly see first-team head teacher and dressed in director duties combined.

Milan presented on Saturday that former Croatia large identify Boban has been relieved of his serve as with speedy affect, despite the fact that the club made it blank they are supporting Pioli for the rest of the season.

“We thank Zvone for his efforts over the past nine months and wish him well in his future endeavours,” Gazidis discussed.

“We must now turn our attention to football and the important games to come. Stefano Pioli and his staff are doing an exceptional job growing the performances of the team every week and will have our full support as they continue this work, in what is a difficult time for the country.”

Milan face Genoa on Sunday in a are compatible that was once as soon as postponed on account of the threat of the coronavirus in Italy.

The game, along with all others throughout the country previous to April 3, could be carried out in the back of closed doors to limit the risk of the virus spreading further.