Slide pegs – The first to cover his future was Stefano Pioli himself who, despite the usual denials from current CEO Giorgio Forlani, moved his focus away from the market, but in fact confirmed the rumors about his farewell: “My feelings about the future should not matter, The important thing is to focus on the present because the future is built from the present. I've been in football for a very long time and I didn't let that destabilize me. I'm fine at Milan and I always try to give it my all. There is an administration, like every year, that will be able at the end of the season to evaluate and make the best decision.”
Lopetegui for a young project – I Milanas reported satisfaction In Spain, it has in mind another step forward in a growth project that integrates young personalities and players with great potential who achieve tangible results. This is precisely why the profile of Lopetegui, former Wolverhampton, Sevilla, Porto and, even if briefly, Real Madrid Due to his methodologies and ability to work with player profiles, he is considered among the most credible candidates (it is no coincidence that Bayer Leverkusen are also considering him for the post-Xabi Alonso squad). In fact, he achieved his most significant successes at youth level with the Spain U-19 and U-20 national team and by winning the Europa League with Sevilla.
Count and pottery – Profile which, as mentioned, is not the only one. Antonio Conte He would be a prototype coach and more ready to win immediately at least in Italy, but with higher economic costs and needs in team building far from those currently available to Pioli. Different story, however, for graham potter, Who was released from the contract after failure at Chelsea, but he made his most important journey by making Brighton important thanks to the young talents that were valued by De Zerbe or resold for large sums on the market. A name held in high regard by American owners, even if the economics of it also won't be overlooked.
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