AC Milan director Adriano Galliani has denied that a deal has been struck with Dutch midfielder Clarence Seedorf to become their new coach in the summer.

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seedorf acReports in the Italian media over the past week have suggested that a contract has already been agreed with Seedorf to replace under fire Massimiliano Allegri next summer.

However Galliani told Lancenet, “There is nothing, there are no talks. Allegri is in charge and we are thinking only about the current season.”

Seedorf spent ten years at AC Milan, winning two serie A titles, and two Champions League’s between 2002, and 2012 after they signed the Dutchman from rivals Inter.

So far this season AC Milan have been disappointing and currently sit 10th in the Serie A, although they have reached the knock-out stages of the Champions League at the expense of Ajax. The lacklustre start to the season has seen calls for Allegri to leave the club intensify, and a number of coaches have been linked with the job along with Seedorf.

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