Club CEO Adriano Galliani has confirmed he will meet with the Italian coach to discuss where his future lies after the team secured a dramatic return to the Champions League
The Rossoneri secured qualification to next season's Champions League on Sunday with a late resurgence against Siena, as Mario Balotelli and Philippe Mexes struck in the last 10 minutes to win 2-1.
Despite securing a return to Europe's elite after a dismal start to the campaign, Allegri's future has been the subject of speculation in recent weeks, and Galliani - though delighted at the club's third-place finish - has confirmed he will hold talks on Wednesday with the coach.
"I will speak to Allegri on Wednesday," the 68-year-old told Tuttosport.
"I feel so cheerful, on Wednesday I will understand what he [Allegri] wants to do. Along with the president, we will make a decision in the light of what he thinks.
"There is a vast difference between the Champions and Europa League. It's like a team that goes from Serie A to B. For that reason there is a lot of tension between third and fourth place."