- Seria A giants AC Milan are plotting tabling an offer before former Chelsea technical director Michael Emenalo
- AC Milan officials were in London yesterday April 24 to meet with former Inter Milan chief Walter Sabatini
- But Emenalo tops the list of the Rossoneri
Seria A giants AC Milan are plotting tabling an offer before former Chelsea technical director Michael Emenalo.
Milan look set to dump and replace general manager Massimo Mirabelli and has several names under consideration to succeed him but the Rossoneri favours making a move first for the ex-Green Eagles star.
AC Milan officials were in London yesterday April 24 to meet with former Inter Milan chief Walter Sabatini - but he is not the only candidate under consideration.
Gazzetta dello Sport says Emenalo, currently with AS Monaco, is also on their shortlist, along with Cristiano Giuntoli (Napoli), Andrea Berta (Atletico Madrid) and Ariedo Braida (Barcelona).
Though a move for Braida would rock Italian football after he left Milan three years ago having been with the club since 1986.
NAIJ.com previously reported that former Chelsea technical director Michael Emenalo has finally explained the rationale that masterminded his decision to have left the Blues after 10 years with the club.
There have been many reports since his departure at Chelsea that the 52-year-old Nigerian left his position at Stamford Bridge because of a transfer bust-up.
But while having an interview with Talksport, Emenalo who has joined French club Monaco claimed he wanted a new challenge after a decade in London with the reigning Premier League champions.
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