Ghanaians; Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari will be welcoming a new manager at AC Milan following revelations Massimiliano Allegri will leave at the end of the season.
Allegri has come under intense pressure following a trophy-less campaign with the Rossoneri.
Milan now have to beat relegated Siena on Sunday to confirm their third-place finish this term which will see them qualify them to next season’s Champions League.
It has now emerged Allegri will be axed after the weekend’s encounter against Siena with AC Milan President Silvio Berlusconi revealing the ex Cagliari manager will be joining rivals; Roma next season.
“Allegri will go to Roma,” Berlusconi is quoted in the Italian press.
“The announcement will come after the game against Siena.”
Allegri leaves after spending three seasons with Milan during which period he won two titles; the Serie-A and the Super Cup.
Andre Ayew says no one believed the Olympic Marseille team will be pushing for the Ligue 1 title this season.
Les Phoceens put up a strong fight for the French league title after a stuttering start to the campaign.
Elie Baup’s men eventually finished second with two games to spare after PSG held on resolutely to land the title.
Their impressive run in the second half of the season however took everyone by surprise.
The Ghana international now says Marseille had to rely on team work for the relative success achieved as no one had believe in them.
“Early in the season no one believed in us, either the press or the people all around,” he said.
“There were big financial problems. We had to leave some players, reduce the payroll.
“We had to trust the coach, the president, the players and our unity to succeed.
“It is not by chance, it is because we deserve it. We owe it to ourselves, to the club, because we do not always have the support we required.”
The neck injury sustained by Mamelodi Sundowns-bound Rashid Sumaila should be a concern for the Premier Soccer League side.
The centre-back picked up the injury after violent attacks on Asante Kotoko players by irate fans of Berekum Arsenal after last Sunday’s Ghana Premier League match.
Sumaila had a cut on the back side of his neck from the broken glasses of the windscreens of the Kotoko team bus.
The 21-year-old has since been treated by the Kotoko medical team and his situation being monitored.
He signed a five-year deal with the Brazilians in February this year and will join the club next month.
The Ghana international is on loan at Kotoko from Ebusua Dwarfs.
West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce is reported to be monitoring Ghana midfielder Michael Essien.
The experienced Ghanaian returns to Chelsea after the expiration of his loan spell at Real Madrid but he has been told he has no future at Stamford Bridge next season.
The 30-year-old was once a key player in Chelsea’s starting lineup, earning a reputation for his strong play from midfield.
He also has the ability to score the occasional long-range wonder-goal.
Allardyce is said to be monitoring Essien’s situation as he is on the lookout for a defensive midfielder.
The Hammers may lose their current first choice defensive midfielder Mohamed Diame, whose displays have attracted attention from Arsenal and Tottenham
Essien could be an ideal like-for-like replacement for Diame if he leaves, and could come cheap with Chelsea looking to offload him.
His physical and aggressive style of play would appeal to Allardyce, who is known for forming teams of experienced and competitive players from his time at Bolton and Blackburn.
Essien’s current contract expires in 2015, and he could move for around £5million.