Adriano Galliani has rejected claims that he will leave Milan for Cagliari in the summer.
Reports earlier on Wednesday suggested that the Rossoneri director would be offered a three-year deal with the Isolani to oversee football-related issues, with President Massimo Cellino taking a backseat.
But the San Siro board member has insisted that he wants to stay with Clarence Seedorf’s men.
“It’s not true,” he told Milan Channel. “I will never betray Milan. My heart will always be Rossoneri.
“I will never go to a club in competition with Milan.
“I’ve been here 28 years and I want to stay.”
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