Adriano Galliani confirmed the meeting between Massimiliano Allegri and President Silvio Berlusconi “could be on Sunday.”
Last night’s dinner between the Coach and Vice-President in Milan appeared to smooth things over, as Allegri is prepared to wait for a face-to-face with Berlusconi.
“I don’t want to answer any more questions regarding the future of the Coach,” Galliani said in Tbilisi ahead of Kakha Kaladze’s testimonial match.
“I will just say that very soon there will be a meeting between Allegri and Berlusconi. It’s possible this meeting could be held on Sunday evening.”
It is looking increasingly likely that Allegri will remain at San Siro, turning down the three-year contract proposed by Roma.
“It is a vexed question,” said Berlusconi on Mattino Cinque this morning.
“I think we will meet with Galliani and the Coach probably by Sunday night and from there a solution will emerge that is not difficult to find if everyone puts themselves in the right direction, looks to their conscience and tries to choose what is best for our Milan.”
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