TOMORROW WILL most likely be the end of the saga and a decision will be taken regarding coach Allegri.
The coaching saga is finally close to its ending as tomorrow there will be a triple meeting between Vice President Adriano Galliani, President Silvio Berlusconi and coach Massimiliano Allegri and the future of the Tuscan boss will be decided.
Allegri has been linked with a Milan exit since the beginning of the football year and it’s believed that Berlusconi considered sacking him a few times throughout the course of the season but Galliani has always come to the rescue and kept Max.
It appears that it’s not different now as Berlusconi wants Allegri out while Galliani would like to keep him. A final decision will most likely be taken tomorrow when the three meet. Roma meanwhile continue to press Allegri to accept their offer (€3.5 million a season) even though they have alternatives with Laurent Blanc publicly offering himself to the Giallorossi.
“Allegri’s future? It is a vexed question,” the Italian politician told Canale’s 5 show Mattino Cinque. “I think we will meet with Galliani and the Coach probably by Sunday night and from there a solution will emerge that is not difficult to find if everyone puts themselves in the right direction, looks to their conscience and tries to choose what is best for our Milan.” Milan CEO Galliani confirmed: “I don’t want to answer any more questions regarding the future of the Coach. I will just say that very soon there will be a meeting between Allegri and Berlusconi. It’s possible this meeting could be held on Sunday evening.”
Many people have come in defense of Allegri in recent weeks and Mario Balotelli reportedly called him this week to show his support. Paolo Maldini, Daniele Bonera and Fabio Capello are also part of the pro-Allegri camp and want him to stay.