Clarence Seedorf is a dead man walking at AC Milan - and could be on his way before the weekend.
Corriere dello Sport says Milan lawyers are studying Seedorf's unathorised interview with Sky Italia on the weekend for any breaches of contract. If any slip can be found, Milan will seek immediate dismissal.
Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani confirmed Seedorf spoke with Sky Italia without permission yesterday.
No matter what happens, a split seems inevitable, with lawyers for both parties now in contact about severance pay for Seedorf, whose Milan contract runs until 2015.
Should the Dutchman leave, his No2 Mauro Tassotti would take charge to the end of this season.