MK Dons' bid to appoint Steven Gerrard as their new manager may have hit a potential stumbling block, after reports emerged that Italian giants Inter Milan have also made contact with the 36-year-old.
Early talks are understood to have taken place between the former Liverpool midfielder and the Dons who are on the lookout for a new boss after parting company with Karl Robinson last month.
However, according to The Independent, Inter are keen to sign him on a six-month contract - leaving Gerrard with a decision to make on whether he wants to continue his playing career.
Inter are currently mid-table in Serie A after a disappointing start to the season and recently sacked their manager Frank De Boer.
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MK Dons have reportedly approached former Liverpool and England midfielder Steven Gerrard about the possibility of becoming their manager.
The 36-year-old only announced he was leaving American side LA Galaxy this week and it's not clear yet whether he still plans to continue his playing career.
Gerrard has since emerged as the heavy favourite to take over from Karl Robinson at stadium:mk with some reports going as far to say that contact has been made.
Gerrard is currently in the process of gaining his Uefa A coaching licence.
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MK Dons fans have been reacting to the news that long-serving manager Karl Robinson has left the club by mutual consent.
The Dons parted company with the 36-year-old yesterday to end a six-year stint in charge.
The majority of Dons supporters told ITV News Anglia they were disappointed to see him go.
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MK Dons manager Karl Robinson has left the club by mutual consent.
Robinson has been in charge at the Dons since May 2010, winning promotion to the Championship in May 2015.
But he's been unable to replicate that success in League One this season. Their 3-0 defeat to Southend yesterday extended the winless run to four games.
They sit one point and two places above the League One relegation zone after 15 games and haven't won at home in 13 games.
Chairman Pete Winkelman and Robinson have agreed it is in the best interest of both parties to go their separate ways.
Head of coaching Richie Barker will take temporary charge of the team.
Everyone at MK Dons would like to thank Karl for his immense contribution - he will always remain a respected and significant figure at Stadium MK.
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MK Dons have signed Wigan Athletic winger Ryan Colclough on a season-long loan deal.
The 21-year-old impressed at struggling Crewe Alexandra last season, scoring 12 goals.
He then moved to Wigan in January where he helped them gain promotion to The Championship.
I’m ecstatic. He’s somebody who I tried to sign last season and has been one of our main targets for six months.
He made his second-ever professional appearance against us and I remember watching his debut while we prepared for that game against Crewe.
He can play off both sides. He comes from a club like Wigan, who play a similar style and he started at Crewe, which means he’s been developed properly.
He’s very direct. He’s aggressive in his finishing and I think he’s certainly someone who can make us a better team. He’ll make us more dynamic offensively, being a goalscoring wide player.