Massimiliano Allegri is “100 per cent sure” of staying with Milan and insists he doesn’t need Mario Balotelli or Carlos Tevez.
The Coach had been linked with a departure after ending the season empty-handed.
“I am 100 per cent sure of staying. We already talked it over with the club and planned out future years,” he told Milan Channel.
Allegri also commented on reports the club will try to revive its fortunes by signing one of the Manchester City strikers.
“It’s difficult to find room in Milan’s strike force, because we have Alexandre Pato, Antonio Cassano, Robinho, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Stephan El Shaarawy.
“Tevez and Balotelli are two great champions and play for Manchester City, while I am happy with what I’ve got.”
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