Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani refused to confirm whether Massimiliano Allegri will be fired tomorrow. “That’s our business.”
The director had previously stated a meeting with Allegri was planned for Wednesday and at that point everything would become clear.
“Is tomorrow’s meeting confirmed? That’s our business,” snapped Galliani at an event marking the 50th anniversary of the Champions League victory.
“We are here to give due respect and celebrate the participants of that night in 1963. The Coach for tonight is the great Nereo Rocco.
“Let’s not continue with these little games, as they are starting to become irritating.”
Allegri is also at the event along with Cesare Maldini, Franco Baresi, Demetrio Albertini and other Milan legends.
Naturally, Galliani was also asked about the letter supposedly from President Silvio Berlusconi  read out live on television last night that essentially sacked Allegri.
“The President denied it was him, so there is nothing else to say...”
The television presenter who read out the letter continues to insist he spoke to Berlusconi directly on the phone and recorded the message, even though Milan released a statement denying its authenticity.
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