How Fonseca’s Milan will play and what effects it will have on the market

The new coach of Milan is now officially Paulo Fonseca. How does the Rossoneri team change now? Who will buy the club to satisfy the Portuguese coach’s tactical ideas? Who’s risking their jobs? Who can leave? We talk about it today in the Tuttomercatoweb.com Podcast, with Marco Conterio.

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Fonseca’s first words as Milan coach
Paulo FonsecaMilan’s new coach, released a short statement to the official channels of the Rossoneri club after the announcement of his appointment as first team coach: “I am proud to be the new coach of Milan and I will work to honor this Club and its great history. Together we want to excel and write a new chapter of success that we hope to celebrate with our extraordinary Forza Milan fans!”.

Milan’s press release with Fonseca’s announcement.
“AC Milan announces that it has entrusted the technical management of the men’s first team to Paulo Fonseca.

Born in Nampula (Mozambique) on 5 March 1973, Paulo Fonseca began his coaching career in 2005, starting from the youth team of Estrela Amadora and then continuing, among the professionals, in the Portuguese minor leagues. In 2012 he made his debut in the top league with Paços de Ferreira, a club with which he reached the Champions League play-offs. In 2013 he moved to Porto, with which he won the Portuguese Super Cup, his first trophy as a coach. After a spell at Braga, with which he won the Portuguese Cup, he coached Shakhtar Donetsk for three seasons, with which he won seven trophies and collected 103 victories in 139 matches. In 2019 he made his debut in the Italian championship with AS Roma, a team with which he reached the semi-final of the Europa League in 2021. Coach of LOSC Lille since the summer of 2022, Fonseca ends his adventure in France after two seasons in which he contributed to bringing the club to as many European qualifiers.

The Portuguese coach now joins Milan on a three-year contract. The Club extends a warm welcome to Paulo and his collaborators.”