Red Bull football chief Ralf Rangnick was snappy today over rumours he's set to take charge of AC Milan.
Sport1 says the former Hoffenheim coach will move to Milan in August to replace Stefano Pioli and take charge of the Rossonero. The job is expected to include control of transfer policy.
But when approached by Sport1 about the reports, Rangnick offered only a snappy "No!" when asked if the speculation as true.
However, in Germany it's still expected Rangnick will move to Italy next month.
Rangnick's contract with Milan is expected to last three years and he will take over at the San Siro when the current season ends.
Pioli has impressed at times for Milan, with results picking up in recent weeks, yet they are still seventh.