AC Milan manager Massimiliano Allegri met with vice-president Adriano Galliani on Wednesday morning, but did not speak to the media afterward. It is thought that the meeting signaled the end of Allegri's time with the rossoneri, with Clarence Seedorf the favorite to step in and take his place.
Allegri joined Milan from Cagliari in the summer of 2010. In his first season in charge, Milan won the scudetto, They finished runners-up in Allegri's second campaign while being eliminated by Barcelona in the quarterfinals of the Champions League. This past season, the rossoneri were unable to kick their game into gear until late 2012, but made up for it by going unbeaten in 2013, thanks to a little help from new forward Mario Balotelli.
Despite their success at the end of the season, Milan very nearly missed out on Champions League play for next season, needing a late penalty and goal to edge out Fiorentina for third place. Add to that another Champions League elimination at the hands of Barcelona -- this time in the first round of the knockout stages -- and club president Silvio Berlusconi is not a happy man.
Various reports suggest that, should Allegri really be out at Milan, his next stop will be Roma.