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Montella Willing to Give up His Income for Milan

Serie A giant Milan finally announced Montella as the team head coach. The two sides signed a two-year contract. According to www.imfifa.co, the former Italian international's annual salary is 2.3 million euros.

Montella, 42, a player once played for Sampdoria, Roma and other teams as well as the Italian national team, and in 2000 the team won the European Championship runner-up. After retiring, he began his coaching career and has been coaching the first team from the beginning of 2011. From the 2012/13 season, the former Italian international led Florence to have achieved the fourth in the league in three consecutive seasons, in which he won the award of Bearzot.

Montella has been recognized by Berlusconi and Chinese consortium. His termination fee is 1.2 million euros, but one part of it owns to himself. Surprisingly, Montella is willing to give up his portion of the income to reduce the charges. Seems like he is very eager to go to Milan. Well, are you eager to play FIFA too? If so, click here to get FIFA 16 Coins first!