AC Milan are set to make a decision on their manager Massimiliano Allegri's future in the next few days and the manager himself as chosen to remain tightlipped about the situation. AC Milan have had a rollercoaster of the season as they made one of the worst starts in their history.

However, they recovered extremely well in the second half of the campaign to finish in the Champions League places. Allegri said recently that it was too early to talk about his future. There have been suggestions that Allegri would be sacked after the end of the season with former midfielder Clarence Seedorf coming in to replace.
Seedorf is currently playing with a Brazilian club after leaving Milan at the end of last season.

The Italian Serie A is once again expected to see a number of managerial changes. The first one has been the departure of Napoli manager Walter Mazzarri, who is expected to be named as the next Inter Milan manager. Milan finished the table in the third position, but they were extremely successful during the initial years of under Allegri. It was not long ago that they won the title after a long time. The arrival of players like Mario Balotelli has changed the outlook of the team.

"Right now, talking about the future is too early," said Allegri. "Allegri's future? We'll meet on Wednesday and a decision will be taken with the president. We have to see what he wants to do," said the Milan vice president Adriano Gallaini. Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi has said that he will be making a decision on the future of Allegri sooner rather than later. As well as finishing in third position, AC Milan have been reaching the quarter-finals of the Champions League despite being a very limited budget in recent years.