To be or not to be for Allegri…
Milan’s game at Udinese on Sunday could decide the future of under-pressure coach Massimiliano Allegri, Football Italia insist.
The former Cagliari tactician, who won the Scudetto at his first attempt with the Rossoneri in season 2010/2011, has overseen a poor start to the season. Milan have played four games so far this term, but their only win has come at Bologna in Week 2.
Their games at San Siro have ended in two defeats against Sampdoria and Atalanta, as well as last night’s 0-0 draw with Anderlecht in the Champions League.
Stories on Wednesday are claiming that Milan president Silvio Berlusconi has already thought about dismissing the tactician. However, CEO Galliani is eager to give Allegri another opportunity and possibly his last in this weekend’s Serie A game at Udine.
Should a change take place, then assistant boss Mauro Tassotti could be handed an opportunity until the end of the season.
Milan legend Ruud Gullit has recently admitted that he would like to coach the Serie A side, but another famous name may come out as Berlusconi still dreams of former Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola.