Milan: ‘Ferrari’ are among top players to return to training

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Filippo Inzaghi is one of many names linked to the transfer of Leonardo Bonucci from Lazio, but it is the move of Roberto Donadoni to Milan, where he is set to become the club’s new sporting director, that is the subject of speculation. 

The Italian media reported that the former Italy international will be heading to the Rossoneri in a deal worth a reported €25m, with the deal likely to be completed by the end of the week. 

While the move has yet to be confirmed by the club, it is understood the move could be completed on Wednesday. 

Inzaghi will take charge of Milan’s squad after the club confirmed that they have lost their captain Giuseppe Rossi to Juventus in a similar deal last week.

Rossi, 25, is expected to leave for a free transfer this summer, with Juventus in the market for a number of players, including one of the club ‘big guns’ Andrea Belotti, who could be a tempting target for Milan. 

As the new sporting department takes over the reins from Donadonna, the Rossonistas are already planning a massive overhaul. 

They are currently working on a new stadium in the north of the city, while they are also considering a plan for a new training ground in the Campo San Marco. 

Rossi was a key figure in the Rossons success last season, as the club secured Champions League football for the first time in a decade and reached the Champions League final. 

He was named in the Serie A Team of the Year, while his goal-scoring form helped the Rossos to their third consecutive Serie A title, and he also made his international debut in a friendly against Brazil. 

However, Rossi has now returned to Italy after a year away, with his contract with the Rossona set to expire this summer. 

With Rossonerios boss in charge, Donadona is keen to strengthen his squad, with many of his previous players leaving this summer in a move that could see Milan strengthen their squad in the summer.