Perhaps it was only a matter of time. According to a report by Sky Sports, Sinisa Mihajlovic and Milan will part ways by mutual agreement at the end of the season. The main reason for his sudden decision shouldn't come as a surprise, either: the report cited his acrimonious relationship with the club's higher-ups, who have never failed to miss an opportunity to undermine him. Remember that time Silvio Berlusconi threw him under the bus while visiting a children's center?
It also seems that Sinisa may already have at least one suitor lined up, with Lazio rumored to be interested in his services. Apparently, the Biancocelesti have taken a shine to their former player, and could become his next employers when he leaves Milan. Could this mean that the Rossoneri will indeed make a swoop for soon-to-be-out-of-contract Antonio Conte when his time at the helm of gli Azzurri ends? One thing is certain: Sinisa deserved better than the aggravation he endured at Milan, and the club's brass remain the beginning and end of all its problems.