Massimiliano Allegri says he's ready to wait until the end of the season before putting pen to paper on a new Milan contract.
The tactician has began talks with the club over an extension to his agreement that is set to expire in June 2012.
However, the former Cagliari Coach, who won the Scudetto in his first season with Milan, is ready to postpone talks.
"I would prefer to wait until June and then we'll see what happens," the former Pescara midfielder stated.
"I have already spoken to Vice-President Adriano Galliani and I have decided that I won't talk to him about my situation again until June."
It's understood that terms have basically been agreed between the two parties which will see his salary rise from €1.5m to €2m a season.
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