Milanello Report: Montella Focusing On Creating Milan's Playing Style

Still in the early days of preseason training, AC Milan new head coach, Vincenzo Montella is setting up a serious work as he is expecting to implement a working method and playing style for the Rossoneri.
"Our objectives? We must build a working method and a style of play. And there's the market, of course," Montella stated as quoted on Football-Italia. 
Aside from the importance of transfer market, Montella acknowledge that crafting that certain style of play which can please everyone, notable the fans is important as that's what has been missing from Milan recently. Being known as a tactician with clear ideas about his football, it's no surprise that the tactician is setting his focus more on that aspect.

There's already some indication that can be seen from Milan's first preseason friendly match against Bordeaux last weekend, in which Rossoneri won 2-1. The final score might not be something too important right now, but there's indication of how Montella wants his players to play as they tried to play and get more comfortable on the ball. The way Milan started their attack also have that different vibe tactically with the former Fiorentina boss insisting the importance of his center backs to get involve in builds up along with the deep lying playmaker dropping as a third center back at times. 

Speaking about the market quite a bit, since things seemingly on stand-by for now, Montella doesn't want to share too much aside from his confidence that things will eventually be sort out soon. The tactician also opens up on the  possibility of Carlos Bacca leaving, noting that the striker is keen on playing Champions League football.
"Bacca is a player of an international level who always guarantees many goals. He's driven to play in the Champions League, we'll see what happens," the tactician explained.
So far, the tactician is evaluating his current crop of players keen on figuring out who should remain and who are allowed to move away from Milanello. Reports so far stating that the tactician is quite pleased with M'Baye Niang and Suso, who were strongly report to be leaving early this summer.

Although there's not guarantee in football, but Montella at the very least has very clear ideas about what he is keen on doing and with strong support from the management, the hope for Rossoneri fans is the player continue to buy into the tactician's method. Milan will soon embark on an U.S. tour and the coach will surely hope that he can see a much improved performance from his players along with new addition he requested. 


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