Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini appears to have postponed his decision to sell the club, insisting that it has been difficult to find a buyer.
Zamparini announced his intention to leave football on November 10 following Palermo's 3-1 defeat to Milan because he felt his side is too often the victim of poor refereeing.
Speaking after Sunday's 2-1 win away to Cesena, Zamparini said: "I am very satisfied with the victory, but we must close the game earlier.
"We conceded too much to Cesena. I am certain that Delio Rossi will find the right medicine for the defensive problems."
Asked about his decision to sell up, Zamparini replied: "It could be a long time before my goodbye, because it's not easy to find a buyer."
Zamparini has made such threats in the past only to then go back on his word.
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