Pippo Inzaghi is reportedly not the only one battling for his Milan future, with joint-CEO Adriano Galliani also at risk.
Inzaghi’s position as Rossoneri Coach has looked increasingly shaky in recent weeks, and he could be relieved of his duties should his side fail to beat Fiorentina.
However, Quotidiano Sportivo today reports that Adriano Galliani’s position at Casa Milan is also under threat. Galliani is joint-CEO of the Diavolo, alongside President Silvio Berlusconi’s daughter Barbara, but the two are rumoured to have a fractious relationship.
In addition, the former's transfers have been heavily criticised in recent years, with the likes of Fernando Torres and Michael Essien arriving with little impact.
Further counting against Galliani is the fact that he is believed to be one of Inzaghi's biggest supporters, and is said to have convinced the President not to sack the Coach at least once.
The suggestion from Quotidiano Sportivo is that Barbara is pushing Berlusconi senior to dispense with Galliani, with Daniele Prade of Fiorentina or Verona’s Sean Sogliano replacing him as an ordinary sporting director.