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Journalist Reporting That AC Milan Offering Rangnick 3-Year Deal, Not 5-Year Deal

The manager seems all but a uncertainty at this point, with an announcement expected at the end of the season.

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Christian Falk of Bild on Twitter is reporting that AC Milan have presented a three year contract to Ralf Rangnick to manage the club. Previous reports that we covered here, note that the German will take over as technical director, manager and medical supervisor. The report from Falk conflicts with other reports that suggest Rangnick has been offered a five year contract at the helm of the Rossoneri.

Falk also suggests that the decision has not been taken yet. This contradicts the reports from Sky Italia and Fabrizio Romano who reported that the deal is done. There are six rounds of Serie A to go before the end of the season which is expected to be on the 2nd of August. The manager will likely be announced soon thereafter.