Newspapers claim Massimiliano Allegri has agreed a three-year contract with Roma, but today he speaks to Milan President Silvio Berlusconi.
The rumours around Allegri and Roma have been circulating for some time, but hit overdrive late Thursday night when Berlusconi told people at an event that the move would be announced after the Siena game.
The President is set to arrive at the Milanello training ground today in his helicopter for talks with the team and his Coach.
According to the Corriere dello Sport, Allegri met with director Walter Sabatini on Monday to thrash out the details of a three-year contract worth €3m per season.
They also calculated the shopping list for the summer, including his old Cagliari protégées Davide Astori and Radja Nainggolan.
Other targets are Corinthians midfielder Paulinho and winger Wallace.
However, should there be problems with Allegri, then Roma are also keeping alive their links with Napoli boss Walter Mazzarri.
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