Milan’s directors have decided to not sack Stefano Pioli as they still believe in him despite disappointing results in the Champions League.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Milan board have not lost faith in Stefano Pioli and hope that he can turn thing around in the coming weeks. This report claims that CEO Giorgio Furlani will meet with Pioli and assure him that his job is safe at the moment.
Pioli’s contract expires in June 2025, however many reports in Italy suggest that the club will sack him at the end of the season.
Pressure increased on Pioli after a 3-1 home defeat against Dortmund in the Champions League on Tuesday night. Milan now is bottom of Group F after five games, sitting two points behind second-place Paris Saint-Germain. They have to beat Newcastle in England and hope Dortmund also beat PSG in order to qualify for the knockout stages.
Milan also has won just two games in their last eight matches in all competitions. They are in third place in the league with 26 points after 13 matches, six points behind leaders Inter.
Pioli’s side will face Frosinone on Saturday.