AC Milan have confirmed that Sinisa Mihajilovic would take over the reigns as manager at the San Siro, replacing Fillipo Inzaghi as the club look to return to the summit of Italian and European football.
Sinisa Mihajilovic has developed a reputation of being an overachiever and he did the exact same thing last season as he led Sampdoria to a 7th place finish before stepping down as manager as he told the fans that he was looking for a new challenge. AC Milan have been on the decline over the last few years and former manager, Inzaghi like former teammate and AC Milan legend, Clarence Seedorf before him could’t save the club. The club seems to have found some financial stability following a deal to sell some stake to an Asian businessman. The goal now for AC Milan is recovering on the pitch and their first target would be European football and Mihajilovic would be charged with bringing European football back to San Siro.
According to AC Milan’s website, Mihajilovic has signed a two year contract meaning Milan don’t want to run the risk of keeping him for too long if his tenure as manager doesn’t work out.