Serie A news confirmed that The AC Milan managers jokingly said that the sacked Bayern Munich manager could assist him this season at Milan.

The AC Milan manager Vincenzo Montella joked that this season the former AC Milan manager Carso Ancelotti could join the Serie A giants AC Milan as his assistance.

In the recent past, the Bayern Munich side sacked the Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti after they suffered a heavy defeat against the Paris Saint Germain side in their Champions League encounter.

This season after that loss the Bayern Munich side is sitting at the second spot in the group N, and in their domestic league also they are sitting at the second spot behind Dortmund side, they are trailing to them by three points.

In their last two domestic matches they face a defeat against the Hoffenheim and drew their match against the Wolfsburg side, also because of him there was disharmony in the Bayern dressing room that cost Ancelotti his job.

After this incident, the Milan boss Montella said: "I hold him in great esteem,"

"I went to follow his training sessions when I started this job and has always thought of me as a brother.

"If he wants to come here, he can be my assistant or maybe I can be his!"




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