Shanghai – The future of Filippo Inzaghi crowded speculated along with the disappointing results of AC Milan. Ruud Gullit did not rule out the possibility that his former coach but according to him, Inzaghi should be given time.
The Rossoneri won only three times in the last 10 games in Serie A. Until the 30th week, Keisuke Honda et al. still slumped in eighth place by collecting 42 points, seven points behind Fiorentina in fifth place, where the last European competition.
In math the opportunity to play in Europe has not been closed but there is no doubt that a small chance of Milan. Seeing this situation, Milan was mentioned already begun to consider the names of replacement candidates Inzaghi, including former Juventus coach Antonio Conte and Vincenzo Montella.
Gullit was one of the ‘Trio Netherlands’ legendary Milan together with Marco van Basten and Frank Rijkaard. During 1987-1993 strengthen Milan, Gullit never bring ‘Red-Black “won three Scudetto and two European Cup (now Champions League).
“I would be honored to coach Milan. Even so, it does not mean I want to be the coach of Milan,” said the former footballer who is now 52 years old at the Italian Football.
“I want to emphasize again that they should give Inzaghi time to develop. It’s not enough just to buy players because none of the things that will make a difference. Milan had to build a team,” he said.
After his career as a player, Gullit has coached several teams such as Chelsea, Newcastle United, Feyenoord, LA Galaxy, and the Russian club Terek Grozny last.