MILAN (AP) — Filippo Inzaghi says he has not been contacted about becoming AC Milan coach but is ready to take over the managerial reins.
Current Milan coach Clarence Seedorf is only four months into a 2 1/2 year contract, but Italian media reports claim that club owner Silvio Berlusconi has already decided to replace him with the Dutchman's former teammate, Inzaghi.
On Thursday, Inzaghi says "I have to underline that until June 30, 2016 I am the youth team coach. I haven't had any other communication from the club."
The 40-year-old adds "if they should call me for a different role than my current one, I would be happy."
Seedorf replaced the sacked Massimiliano Allegri in January and led Milan to an eighth-place finish in Serie A, with 11 wins in his 19 league matches in charge.