Adriano Galliani thinks ‘Milan can reach the Champions League’ but says drawing with Udinese was ‘a shame’.
The Rossoneri are on a good run of late but failed to beat a struggling Zebrette yesterday and are still six points off Fiorentina in third place.
However, vice-President Galliani remains optimistic that the club can achieve their season objective of a podium finish.
“Milan can reach the Champions League,” he said to Radio Onda Libera.
“It’s a shame about yesterday’s draw with Udinese where we didn’t have a good first half, but after the break everything changed and we could’ve won.
“The teams in front us don’t look strong and this allows us to stay in the discussion for the Champions League. We can fight and we must try to.
“Napoli or Juve for Scudetto? I have an idea, but for the time being I’d prefer to keep it to myself.”