Adriano Galliani locked down Alexandre Pato and claimed Milan's Scudetto showdown with Napoli is “very important, but not decisive.”
The Rossoneri are still top of the Serie A table and go head-to-head with second-placed Napoli on Monday night.
“This match will be very important, but not decisive,” insisted the Milan Vice-President.
Galliani also commented on reports that young striker Pato would be sacrificed over the summer transfer market to bring in reinforcements.
“The Brazilian is essential for Milan and will absolutely remain here,” he told Sky Sport Italia.
There has been a hat-trick of home defeats for Italian sides in the first leg of the Champions League ties, but the former Lega Calcio chief is keeping calm.
“It will be difficult for all three teams, but we must not all is lost already.”
Milan lost 1-0 to Tottenham and Inter fell by the same scoreline to Bayern Munich, while Roma were defeated 3-2 by Shakhtar Donetsk.