Massimiliano Allegri will meet with Adriano Galliani and Silvio Berlusconi on Sunday, to determine his future at the club.
However, on from reports that a decision had been put back to Monday, when the two will reconvene with President Berlusconi, the former Prime Minister has told reporters that it will take place on Sunday.
It is believed that Allegri’s chances of staying at San Siro for a fourth season have improved after Thursday evening and that the situation and the wait may force Roma to look towards a plan B.
The Giallorossi were assumed as waiting in the wings to sign Allegri, should he leave Milan, with sporting director Walter Sabatini in Milan yesterday evening, though ready to begin work in earnest.
Galliani was cornered by reporters on Friday morning as asked about yesterday’s meeting, which was caught by a photo published on Twitter.
“Boca Juniors lost, and we remain the most successful club in the world for at least another year,” began Galliani, in reference to the Argentine side’s defeat in the Copa Libertadores yesterday.
“The photos on Twitter of dinner with Allegri, this is technology…The author assured us that it would not be published and a minute later it was on Twitter.
“However, dinner went well, the sea bass was good.
“Was it the last supper? We are not blasphemous, the Last Supper is something else.”
Berlusconi and Galliani fly out to Georgia today for Kakha Kaladze’s testimonial. Clarence Seedorf will also be in attendance.
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