Adriano Galliani and Siniša Mihajlović met on Thursday night to determine the agreement on the severance pay for the Serbian manager who managed to get out of his contract with the Rossoneri.
Mihajlović will get a bit less than €1.5 million, as reported by calciomercato.com, and is now free to look for a new job even if it seems he's already found one. In effect, as reported by the most important Italian sources, the Serbian is likely to sit on Torino's bench next season since their current manager, Giampiero Ventura, could take Antonio Conte's place with Italy. There's still no official confirmation, but this is the most likely scenario for Mihajlović's future.
Despite this early termination of his contract, the Serbian did a good job with the Rossoneri, carrying a team with not much talent to a good league position thanks to his elementary but efficient approach to the game. His rock-solid 4-4-2 is surely one of the best thing Milanisti have seen in a couple of years.