Reports in Italy suggest Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri has left the club with former Rossoneri midfielder Clarence Seedorf a surprise candidate replace him.
Allegri, who is under contract until 2014, was summoned to a meeting on Tuesday morning by vice-president Adriano Galliani where it is believed he was relieved of his duties and is now negotiating a severance package on his annual salary of €2.8 million
After leaving the meeting he told reporters: "I've got nothing to say. I just enjoyed a long good coffee with Galliani…"
When asked if he remained in charge of Milan, Allegri carried on walking without giving a response.
Seedorf, 37, has been installed as the early favourite for the job. Currently in the middle of a two-year contract with Brazilian side Botafogo, he spent a decade with Milan between 2002 and 2012.
Allegri led Milan to a third-placed finish in Serie A this season meaning qualification for the Champions League. However, they finished 15 points behind champions Juventus to the displeasure of club president Silvio Berlusconi.