Massimiliano Allegri and Pippo Inzaghi have appeared on Milan Channel to deny stories of a bust up earlier this week.
Reports this morning suggested that the two men had a row and exchanged insults while the tactician visited the club’s youth sector.
“Nothing happened, absolutely nothing,” Allegri noted. “There is no problem with Pippo. In fact, there is great collaboration between the first team and the youth sectors. There was an exchange of opinions without any offence or heavy words.”
The 2006 World Cup winner, new boss of the club’s Allievi side, backed up the claims of the former Cagliari Coach.
“Allegri is right, it lasted for one minute,” he stated. “The youth team players didn’t notice anything because nothing happened.
“We are Milan and we all love Milan, so nothing like that would have occurred. Rather than writing about things that didn’t happen, Milan need a helping hand.”
Allegri is under pressure after a poor start to the season and whispers are suggesting that Inzaghi could be his mid-season replacement.
“I hope to remain at Milan for some time to come,” Allegri added. “But I won’t be here forever and I think that Filippo has all the characteristics needed to have an excellent career as a Coach. He’s started from an excellent base and he can do a good job.
“It’s true that we have only collected three points in the League and we didn’t win in the Champions League, but the team is new and I think we’ve shown some good things in the game. I don’t think the situation is as dark as people are making out.”
Milan are next in action at Udinese this weekend.
“It will be hard on Sunday because they did well in the Europa League, but all games are difficult. We can’t underestimate them,” Allegri concluded.
The televised conference ended with the two men shaking hands.