Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has assured boss Massimiliano Allegri that his job is safe.
The tactician’s future has again been placed into doubt as the club’s problematic season took another unsavoury twist with a 2-0 defeat to Fiorentina on Saturday.
“There is faith in Allegri – he is not the problem,” the official stated this afternoon.
“All Coaches depend on results, but this is not a decisive week for him. If someone keeps losing then there is no one who can survive that.
“This is certainly a difficult moment because we are not picking up results, but we will carry on. From experience I say that we should remain calm.”
Milan, with just three League wins this season, will face Barcelona and Chievo over the next seven days.
Galliani was also asked to respond to Barbara Berlusconi’s request that there be a change in philosophy at the club  owned by her father Silvio.
“I certainly spoke with Silvio Berlusconi last night, but I won’t comment on what we said,” Galliani added.
“The CEO is responsible for everything, the transfer market, the revenue, all of the costs. He’s in charge of the whole company.”
Also inevitably asked about the future of star striker Mario Balotelli, Galliani stated: “He is absolutely not for sale.”
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