Milan negotiates with Cote

Milan has held talks with representatives of Antonio Conte, Italian media say. “Rosoneries” have a desire for the Chelsea manager to take over the team in the summer. Italian grandfather Vincenzo Montella fired yesterday after a zero draw with Turin leaving the team in seventh place. After a large selection in the summer of San Siro, they had great ambitions for this season, but their chances of returning to the Champions League at this stage seem minimal.

The club appointed Gennaro Gatuzo as deputy to Montela, but signed a contract with him until the summer with a desire to take a more experienced mentor for a permanent coach, with Conte goal number 1. Rossoneri director Massimiliano Mirabela spoke with manager representatives earlier this month while in London for control of England against Brazil.

Although he brought Chelsea to the title in its first season, the future of the Stamford Bridge Cant is unclear. The 48-year-old mentor scoffed at Diego Kosta and was unhappy with the summer selection, and he has rumors that he wants to return to his homeland.