Adriano Galliani has reportedly called Clarence Seedorf to clarify having allegedly called him ‘crazy’ at the weekend.
During the weekend defeat to Atalanta, the Vice-President was caught on camera apparently discussing with his partner’s son the under-pressure Dutchman’s team selection for the eventual defeat.
Whilst there is no audio to the picture, outlets in Italy allege that in lip-reading the conversation, Galliani labelled Seedorf’s decision to play Keisuke Honda over Adel Taarabt as ‘matto’ - crazy.
Galliani explained after the game that he did not offend the Coach and was only talking in slang, but Milannews.it are running the line that in light of continued attention, Galliani has this morning called Seedorf to clarify this further.
It is believed that Seedorf has understood the tone of the comment and even joked with the Vice-President about it.
It is generally assumed that Seedorf will be sacked at the end of the season, with speculation continuing over who may come in to replace him in the summer.
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