AC Milan have terminated sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli's contract at the club.
The Serie A side released official communication on Tuesday, stating that they had parted ways with the 48-year-old Italian, as well as secretary-general Giuseppe Mangiarano.
The club's official statement reads: "AC Milan communicates the exemption, with immediate effect, of Mr. Massimiliano Mirabelli from the position of Sports Director and Head of the Technical Area of the Club.
"The management of the technical-sports area will be entrusted to a new manager who has already been identified and it will be announced shortly. Mr. Giuseppe Mangiarano was also relieved, starting today, from the position of Secretary General."
I Rossoneri are now under new management and are ringing in the changes ahead of next season. The new owners - the Elliot Management Group - have already sacked former CEO Marco Fassone and are now reported to have contacted former Juventus and Chelsea boss Antonio Conte as they are also looking to get rid of Gennaro Gattuso.
Despite the changes, there has been good news for Milan, who were reinstated in the Europa League after succeeding with an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport following a decision by UEFA to ban them from European competition for the contravention of financial fair play regulations.
It is believed that Elliot's takeover was a key factor in the decision.