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Filippo Inzaghi insists he remains fully focused on his current role as AC Milan youth-team coach, but has expressed his "emotion" at being linked with the senior hotseat.
– Filippo Inzaghi speaking to AC Milan's website
I'm here (at the Vismara training ground) because I am the coach of the Primavera (youth) team. We have training today.
I have a contract with the club (until June 2016), and I haven't been notified of anything.
Of course, it gives me a lot of emotion to read what has been reported in recent days.
I am at the club's disposal.
Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has given his backing to former player Filippo Inzaghi, who could become the next coach of AC Milan.
– Carlo Ancelotti speaking to Gazzetta dello Sport
Pippo (Inzaghi) has extraordinary enthusiasm. A great will to do well and he has already gained experience in the youth sector.
He certainly has all the characteristics to do so (become coach).
He is known at the club and if he does become AC Milan coach, I wish him all the best.
AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has confirmed Kaka is set to remain at the club next season.
The Brazil international is under contract until June 2015 but has a clause which gives him an option to leave after the Rossoneri's failure to qualify for European competition.
"Kaka wil stay here," Galliani said to www.acmilan.com. "There is a 99 per cent chance that he will remain with us."
The 32-year-old, who won a Serie A title and the Champions League in his first spell at Milan, scored seven goals in 30 league appearances for the Rossoneri this season.
AC Milan playmaker Kaka has announced that he wants to remain at the Italian club next season despite the Rossoneri looking set to miss out on European football.
– AC Milan midfielder Kaka speaking to Rai 3
My will is to remain here for another year.It's up to the club to decide what to do and what the project is.
It has been a difficult year for everyone related to Milan, with so many problems, a coaching change and so many solutions left to find.
But I believe that a time of crisis can indicate the right path to follow.
The future of AC Milan coach Clarence Seedorf will be decided at the end of the season, according to club president Silvio Berlusconi.
Reports in Italy claim the Dutchman could leave this summer after his relationship with AC Milan administrator Adriano Galliani has apparently deteriorated.
Seedorf, who abandoned his playing career to join Milan for his first coaching job in January, has led the Rossoneri to 10 league wins in 17 games in charge.