Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has surprisingly announced Adriano Galliani “will stay in his position.”
The patron had been due to fly in by helicopter for a meeting with the team and media today, but the visit to the Milanello training ground was cancelled due to bad weather.
However, Berlusconi still spoke to Milan Channel and declared general manager Galliani “will stay in his position.
“The only reason I did not come to Milanello was due to the adverse weather conditions and I am disappointed.
“In any case, Milan go forward in a calm manner. Adriano Galliani is more relieved now, everyone is staying in their positions and Milan proceed in unity.
“I wanted to say these things directly to the media, but that is the basic gist of it. The club situation will not change. Galliani is relaxed after last night’s dinner at Arcore.”
Last night there was a four-hour meeting between Berlusconi and Galliani, who said he would resign after a clash with Barbara Berlusconi, the President’s daughter.
The exit was expected to be made official either after the Champions League game with Ajax or the last match of the season against Inter on December 22.
There were also reports Galliani was trying to sue Berlusconi for damages after working at Milan for 28 years and that this decision is only because the President rejected his offer of resignation.
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