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Allegri and Boateng Rumored to Leave Milan in the Summer

Potentially ending the season without any titles apparently could caused some drastic changes at Ac Milan in the summer, as rumors from the peninsula suggested that coach, Massimiliano Allegri and several important players might be sacrificed.

Italian media believed that should the Rossoneri failed to retain their Scudetto by the end of season, Allegri will be getting the boot while Kevin Prince-Boateng could also followed his tactician’s path.

Although being protected by vice president, Adriano Galliani, but Italian pundits believed that Allegri won’t be able to escape Silvio Berlusconi’s wrath, especially if the Scudetto is lost. Berlusconi is being highly rumored to be disappointed with his team’s recent performances, mainly in the home game against Barcelona where the patron believes, the Rossoneri were playing too negative for his liking.

It’s not a secret that Berlusconi is a big fan of Barcelona style of football that based their playing style on possession football along with free flowing attacking display. Although this news is still mainly speculation, but coincidencely, the Rossoneri started having a consistent dip of form starting from that Quarter final tie against the Catalan, which ended in a 0-0 draw at San Siro.

Meanwhile, as for Kevin Prince-Boateng, the Ghanian consistent injuries along with his lack of discipline outside of the football pitch reportedly being touted as reasons why the Rossoneri are considering to cash him out. Boateng is also believed as one of the players that could help raised some funds for Milan’s transfers next summer, considering they already opted not to let go Alexandre Pato and are unlikely to part ways with Thiago Silva or Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Once again the truth about this rumors are still blurry since nothing can really be decided until the end of season, as Milan’s effort in retaining the Scudetto obviously played apart on what the management decides next summer. Still, it’s a rather over the top situation considering the Rossoneri are not actually under that much crisis since they’re still in the running for Scudetto, despite already blowing out their lead with Juventus and currently three points behind the Turin giant.