MASSIMILIANO ALLEGRI says Milan will be looking for all three points tomorrow.
The Rossoneri need only one point in order to win the Scudetto for the first time in seven years and on Saturday they go to Stadio Olimpico when they know that a draw would be enough.
However, Coach Max Allegri rejects the claims that Milan will be playing for a draw, warning his boys to stay focused all along, as he wants to clinch the title already tomorrow.
“The game tomorrow will be very tough as it will be a big opportunity for Roma to get closer to their target of qualifying for the Champions League,” Allegri told the press in today’s press conference.
“We’re motivated, because we still need one point to win the championship, but also Roma have an important goal to achieve, which is finishing fourth to qualify for the Champions League preliminaries.
“We’re bringing all the players to Rome. I think this is the least we can do, because if we get a point tomorrow, everyone should be there to celebrate the Scudetto together.
“We can’t afford to play for a draw, because Roma will look to win. Hopefully, it will be a spectacular match, which we shouldn’t approach thinking that we have a lot of time to win the championship.
“Now we must try to get points against Roma and then we’ll concentrate on the Palermo game.”