Adriano Galliani has reportedly already told Silvio Berlusconi and others that he will leave Milan after 30 years once the sale to the Chinese is completed.
November will be the month that marks the end of Silvio Berlusconi’s ownership at Milan and it seems that it’s almost official now that while Berlusconi will stay as an Honorary President, current VP Adriano Galliani will be saying his goodbyes.
Galliani has been working for Milan since 1986 and according to today’s La Gazzetta dello Sport, Uncle Fester has already communicated to Fininvest that he will not work for Milan once the Chinese take over. Moreover, he’s not expected to take any other role in one of the companies owned by Fininvest, as he prefers to work in football.
While Friday’s edition of Leggo claims that there is a minority among the Chinese investors wishing to keep Galliani in the club, the pink newspaper writes that Adriano, who has a contract with Fininvest to 2009, could go work full-time in the Lega Serie A of which he was already President from 2002-06.
Galliani has already assured that until the closing nothing will change for him and he’ll definitely be there for Milan-Pescara on Sunday afternoon, on which you can bet on the Best Betting Websites.