SANRO NESTA, Seedorf, Van Bommel, Inzaghi and maybe even Gattuso will reportedly leave Milan.
Milan’s season is practically over after the defeat in the derby which meant Juventus win the title, so they’re already looking forward to the next season and first and foremost, they’ll deal with contract renewals.
Ten players have expiring deals with the Rossoneri and many of those players could find themselves out of the via Turati comes the beginning of the next season – some legends are expected to leave as well.
Alessandro Nesta will hold a press conference today in 14:00, in which he’ll reveal his future. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, he’ll announce that he’ll go to New York Red Bulls, where he’ll sign a two-year deal. Nesta will be given the captain armband in his last game against Novara, reports indicate.
Nesta reportedly decided to leave Milan after telling Adriano Galliani “Messi is too quick for me.” The legendary CB could be joined by fullback Gianluca Zambrotta who has been tempted by MLS as well.
Mark Van Bommel has decided to sign for PSV Eindhoven as he already plans his retirement. GdS reports he’ll sign the contract already on Monday. Clarence Seedorf who, according to his wife, fell out with coach Massimiliano Allegri will also leave the club according reports in favour of a move to Botafogo. His wife said he could join her in Brazil already on Monday. Allegri could leave him out of the Novara squad, though.
Filippo Inzaghi is very likely to leave, and perhaps even hang his boots at the age of 38. il Corriere dello Sport claims today, though, that Gennaro Gattuso is also pondering an exit as he doesn’t want to be a burden. Flavio Roma, whose deal also expires, will reportedly retire and be Milan’s goalkeepers coach.
From those who’re reportedly leaving, to the ones who’re reportedly staying. Massimo Ambrosini will sign a new deal with Milan for only one-year and will be the captain of Max Allegri’s men also next season.
According to Milannews.it Mario Yepes will also be given a new contract for one year. At first he was expected to leave so he can end his career in Colombia. Mathieu Flamini – the only one is that list who’s below 30 – could be given a two-year contract renewal, but he will have to cut his wages by at least 50%.
Milan also have players with contracts to be resolved – players who’re on loan right now: Sulley Muntari is expected to stay, while Maxi Lopez isn’t. Alberto Aquilani will stay only if Milan negotiate a lower price.