The summit between Massimiliano Allegri and Silvio Berlusconi has been postponed again, which many see as a snub against the Coach.
Allegri has one more year left on his contract and wanted to have face-to-face talks with President Berlusconi and Vice-President Adriano Galliani before deciding whether to accept the Roma job.
However, the meeting has been postponed repeatedly from Monday to Thursday and now put back again to Sunday with Allegri having to come to Sardinia.
Meanwhile, Roma have reportedly set an ultimatum for Allegri to accept their offer by Saturday or they will look elsewhere.
Some see this as another snub by Berlusconi to keep his Coach dangling and perhaps force him to resign rather than be fired.
On the other hand, Berlusconi and potential replacement Coach Clarence Seedorf will both be in Tbilisi on Friday for Kakha Kaladze's testimonial match.
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