Leonardo to officially replace Carlo Ancelotti as AC Milan Manager on Monday
Chelsea-bound manager’s boots have been filled
The 39-year-old – who played for Milan for four seasons and is currently a Technical Director at the club – will take charge from next week, as owner Silvio Berlusconi wants a manager who “knows the Rossoneri”.
If Leonardo is indeed announced as Milan boss on Monday (the day after the Serie A season ends) it can be safely assumed that Carlo Ancelotti will simultaneously be unveiled at Chelsea.
Congratulations to the former Match of the Day World Cup pundit for elbowing his way into such a high profile role, despite not having any previous experience or coaching badges. By means of a tribute, we present his finest moment after the jump…