GdS: Milan decide on Fonseca as next head coach – the three main reasons

AC Milan seem to have decided that Paulo Fonseca will be their next head coach and there are three reasons above all that they have gone for him, a report claims.

Milan announced this morning that Stefano Pioli will leave the club at the end of the current season, following a tenure of nearly five years at the club. Tomorrow’s game against Salernitana, therefore, will be his last with the club.

This morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (seen below) reports that the path for the Rossoneri’s future seems to lead to Fonseca, who ‘is getting closer to Milan day after day’ even if ‘it’s not all black and white yet’.

The Portuguese coach and the Milan management ‘are working on the contract which could be for two years with an option for a third season’. The journalist Luca Bianchin writes that Fonseca’s future ‘seems to be written’ and it will be in red and black, while the official signatures could arrive soon.

The ex-Roma boss is admired by Milan ‘for what he showed at Shakhtar, Roma and Lille, for his willingness to work as a team with the club, and for the many young players launched or developed in these years’.

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