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Wednesday May 11 2016
Galliani stay with new Milan?

Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani would reportedly stay on for at least another year under new Chinese ownership. 

There had been speculation that the potential takeover of the Rossoneri by Chinese investors would see Galliani depart San Siro alongside current owner Silvio Berlusconi.

However, Corriere della Sera writes today that even if the sale goes ahead, Galliani should stay on in his role for at least another year.

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Saturday May 7 2016
Galliani drops Ibrahimovic hint

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani confessed a Zlatan Ibrahimovic offer will depend on Europa League qualification.

The Rossoneri visit Bologna this evening, follow the action as it happens on the LIVEBLOG.

“We’ll see what happens tonight and what Sassuolo do tomorrow, then what we’ll manage against Juventus. We are relaxed,” Galliani told Mediaset Premium.

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Thursday May 5 2016
Milan face Galliani, Donnarumma exit?

New ownership of Milan could reportedly see director Adriano Galliani leave and Gigi Donnarumma along with him.

Negotiations are ongoing for a group of Chinese investors to buy the Rossoneri off current owner Silvio Berlusconi.

Tuttosport reports today that Vice-President Galliani could be one of the first directors to leave the club under the new ownership.

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Wednesday May 4 2016
Milan Ultras: ‘Sack Galliani!’

Milan’s Ultras have released a statement demanding Adriano Galliani be sacked or the club be sold.

The joint-CEO has come under severe criticism from shareholders and fans after three consecutive seasons without Champions League football.

Having drawn with Frosinone at the weekend, the Rossoneri now miss losing out on Europe altogether, as they currently lie seventh, behind Sassuolo.

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Monday May 2 2016
Berlusconi sells Milan majority?

New reports suggest Silvio Berlusconi has agreed to sell 51 per cent of Milan to Chinese investors.

An consortium of businessmen from the Far East are thought to be in negotiations to invest in the Diavolo, but demanded an answer from the patron by Wednesday.

According to Tuttomercatoweb, Berlusconi had been insistent on retaining a minority stake, and was only willing to sell 49 per cent.

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Monday May 2 2016
Galliani: ‘Balotelli has changed’

Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani confirms Mario Balotelli called him yesterday - “he’s changed”.

It was reported earlier today that the striker had called Galliani to apologise after his missed a penalty in the draw with Frosinone, and the director has given confirmation.

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Monday May 2 2016
Balotelli apologises for penalty

It’s reported Mario Balotelli phoned Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani to apologise for his missed penalty against Frosinone.

The striker is known as a specialist from the spot, but saw his effort saved by Francesco Bardi yesterday.

The Rossoneri eventually salvaged a 3-3 draw, with Jeremy Menez converting a spot-kick of his own, before Super Mario almost won the match with a long-range strike in extra-time.

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Sunday May 1 2016
Galliani on Pellegrini

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani did not deny interest in Manchester City Coach Manuel Pellegrini, “but we hope Cristian Brocchi will stay.”

The Rossoneri risk missing out on Europe again after one point from the last two games against Carpi and Verona.

“Life is made up of cycles, or eras. I want to remind people that we are the last side to have won the Scudetto before Juventus,” Galliani told Mediaset Premium.

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Friday April 29 2016
Galliani: 'Not selling Honda'

Adriano Galliani glosses on the sale of Milan and speaks with the Japanese Press about Keisuke Honda.

The joint-CEO was present at the offices of the Lega Serie A, but he did not discuss the internal crisis he is facing with the Rossoneri's shareholders.

Instead, he addressed the Japanese reporters who were there and discussed the midfielder Honda.

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Friday April 29 2016
Milan: Galliani faces civil war

Joint-CEO Adriano Galliani faces a civil war as Milan's minority shareholders ask for his resignation.

The Rossoneri head and his fellow joint-CEO Barbara Berlusconi held a meeting yesterday evening with the club's minority holders, who control about 0.07% of the shares.

According to both La Gazzetta dello Sport and Tuttosport, the meeting saw the Milan directors getting grilled by their associates, who questioned their line of management in angry terms and even asked for Galliani's resignation.

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