Silvio Berlusconi says Sunday will see a decision over Massimiliano Allegri’s future reached and that it “will not be hard to find.”
Allegri held talks with Vice-President Adriano Galliani on Thursday evening,  with it reported that a conclusive decision on the Coach’s future had once more been put back.
Considering the situation and confirming it, Berlusconi commented to reporters today.
“It is a vexed question,” reflected the former Prime Minister on Mattino Cinque today.
“I think we will meet with Galliani and the Coach probably by Sunday night and from there a solution will emerge that is not difficult to find if everyone puts themselves in the right direction, looks to their conscience and tries to choose what is best for our Milan.”
Berlusconi and Galliani fly out to Georgia today for Kakha Kaladze’s testimonial. Clarence Seedorf will also be in attendance.
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