Massimiliano Allegri has all but agreed a deal with Roma to become their new Coach, but will wait to find out his future with Milan.
Corriere dello Sport have claimed that the Rossoneri boss will meet with vice-President Adriano Galliani this afternoon at Via Turati, before heading off for a meal in the city, which could prove decisive for his immediate future.
The 45-year-old will hear of the San Siro side's decision at that meeting, and will then decide on what to do next.
He could either stay put at Milan, if that's what the board have decided, or he is likely to replace Aurelio Andreazzoli at Roma.
The Rome-based newspaper believe that Allegri has already agreed a three-year contract with the capital worth around €3.5m per season.
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