Daniele Bonera is looking forward to working with Massimiliano Allegri again next season after Milan confirmed him as Coach.
Allegri’s future was in some doubt, but the Diavolo have decided to keep faith with the tactician who still has a contract until June 2014.
“Obviously I am very happy with the final decision to stick with Allegri,” the defender told Milan Channel.
“I can only base my ideas on the great experience of President Silvio Berlusconi and of Vice-President Adriano Galliani because both have never put a foot wrong in these last 30 years.
“These are choices made by the club, but if I have to give you my own personal opinion then I am happy with the decision made and I am sure they had their reasons to make the decision they did.”
Bonera’s future was also up for discussion seeing as his agreement was set to expire this month. However, he recently put pen to paper on a new deal until 2015.
“There was every chance that I would keep playing here, but all I wanted first was to have a quick chat with Galliani.
“When that happened he understood that I wanted to stay and I knew that they wanted me to stay. The two-year contract isn’t really a surprise.
“I think that Galliani gave me two years because he thinks I am a good influence in the dressing room although obviously my priority is to continue playing for a little while longer.”
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