Berlusconi recently offered his advice that Alexandre Pato should play a key role at the Rossoneri, and Allegri doesn't mind the club owner giving his opinion about the first team.
"There's nothing wrong with that. He owns the company and I am an employer. I often speak to the president," Allegri was quoted as saying by La Gazzetta dello Sport.
"He wants to know what's happening and I explain to him what I'm doing. And I'm very happy to do that. We exchange our opinions. He likes good football and I understand that.
"Since he took over the club, there have always been fantastic players, but he respects the choices I make. However I agree with a lot of what he has to say."
Milan currently sit joint second in the Serie A table with Udinese on 31 points from 15 games.
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