Ruud Gullit has claimed that Gennaro Gattuso needs at least three years experience and only then may he be regarded as a Milan coach.
Gullit shared his opinion on Monday as he was inducted into the FIGC Hall of Fame. The Dutchman is a retired Rossoneri legend, who won back-to-back European Cups with the Diavolo.
“He’s only just started, I hope he does well,” Gullit shared, according to Football Italia.
“It’ll take time to evaluate him in full, at least three years. I can only hope he does well.”
“I think it’s an impossible feat. The only Quarter-Final I think is open is Manchester City’s [against Liverpool],” he said when asked if either Juve or Roma could comeback after their first-leg losses.
“Even my Milan went out of Europe the first year. It takes patience, only then can you grow.”
“The Scudetto? Napoli were close to Juventus, just as Roma were. Then they distanced them,” Gullit went on to add.
“Juve manage to do great things every year, even with players who don’t cost that much.”