Sinisa Mihajlovic is the 4th manager that has taken over Ac.Milan since January of 2014. Mauro Tassotti, Clarence Seedorf and Filippo Inzaghi were all of the former managers of the Italian club that had to be removed from their managerial position after a disappointing season.
Mauro Tassotti was the only one who wasn’t sacked as he only served as an interim manager and still has a close relationship with Ac.Milan as he is working as a talent scout for the Italian outfit.
Sinisa Mihajlovic is the new manager who was selected to guide Ac.Milan through the 2015-16 season and the Serbian tactician has a colossal task lying ahead of him.
For the past few years, Ac.Milan has been struggling in different departments of the squad as they have shown to be a squad that has more weaknesses than fortitudes but Sinisa Mihajlovic somehow has to overcome the recent struggles of Ac.Milan and put them in the top 5 spots of the Serie A as this is what Silvio Berlusconi wants to see happen with his club but it’s easier said than done.
Ever since Thiago Silva was sold to Paris Saint-Germain on July of 2012, Ac.Milan hasn’t been able to find a solid defender and this is evident by the fact that Ac.Milan conceded 50 goals in the previous season. During the seasons when Silva was performing with the Italian club, the maximum amount of conceded goals was 39.
When Paris Saint-Germain snatched Thiago Silva in 2012, the French club also signed Zlatan Ibrahimovic from Ac.Milan and they haven’t been able to find someone who can fill in the boots of Ibrahimovic.
The summer transfer window opened up over 2 weeks ago and this gives the chance for Ac.Milan to sign a few players that can replace the gap that was left by Thiago Silva and Zlatan Ibrahimovic but Ac.Milan isn’t expected to splash out a lot of cash in this summer as the club is going through a change in ownership with the Thai businessman Bee Taechaubol having a big interest in buying at least 51% of the club and having a controlling stake but until these negotiations aren’t done, not much cash is expected to be thrown out on signings new players.