Published On: Tue, Feb 4th, 2014

AC Milan coach eyes summer clear out

Clarence SeedorfRecently appointed AC Milan coach Clarence Seedorf is prepared to let key first team players leave come June.

The Dutchman is already considering bringing in reinforcements with Botafogo’s Doria among his main priorities.

According to Tuttosport, the 36 year-old will let both Kevin Constant and Ignazio Abate leave in the summer.

The Guinean’s fate was made apparent by Milan’s attempts to offload him in January while Abate is out of contract.

Seedorf has already decided Mattia De Sciglio will be his first choice right-back over his Italian counterpart.

Constant is likely to see much less playing time in the second half of the season as he’s simply not in the club’s plans.

Milan will begin searching for a left-back as Seedorf seems unprepared to play De Sciglio in the unfamiliar left-back position.

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