Milan's official sources are silent on Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic, neither condemning him nor taking defence.
It is a time of crisis for the Rossoneri, as the summer's substantial transfer campaign did not translate into results.
Mihajlovic's team so far has only nine points in seven games, with important defeats to Inter in the derby and to Napoli, who crushed them 4-0.
La Gazzetta dello Sport points to the silence of Milan's official sources to suggest that the Coach is currently under observation.
After defeats such as that of the derby, President Silvio Berlusconi himself said that he would call the Coach to pay him his compliments in spite of the result.
Following the defeat to Napoli and the insistent rumours on the Press of a possible sacking, which resulted from a meeting between Mihajlovic and joint-CEO Adriano Galliani, there have been no statements issued by the club.
While this does not equate to a condemnation of the Serbian's work, as the Gazzetta notes it also means that the club is not speaking out in his defence or support.