Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri gave few details away after holding a meeting with Vice-President Adriano Galliani this morning.
Allegri arrived at Via Turati at 9.30am and left at 11.15am. It is believed that he was told that he had been sacked.
“I’ve got nothing to say,” he told journalists as he left the HQ. “I just enjoyed a long good coffee with Galliani…”
When asked whether he was still the Diavolo Coach, Allegri simply carried on walking without giving an answer.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi is understood to have told Galliani to replace the former Cagliari man who is still tied to the club until June 2014.
As he is on a €2.8m annual salary, reports suggest that Allegri is now negotiating a severance package.
Allegri and Galliani also spoke at length last night at the Giannino restaurant in the city.
Clarence Seedorf is currently the favourite to replace Allegri at San Siro, while the latter is expected to be named as the new Roma boss next week.
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