After the Rossoneri suffered their third defeat of the season to Udinese on Sunday, the vice-president has told supporters that the Italian's job is safeAdriano Galliani has moved to reassure Massimiliano Allegri of his immediate future at AC Milan.
Milan's torrid start to the season continued on Sunday, as goals from Udinese's Mathias Ranegie and Antonio Di Natale saw the Rossoneri slump to a 2-1 defeat at Stadio Friuli.
But despite continued speculation surrounding his future, the club's board have again moved to reaffirm their support for Allegri.
"We want to confirm our trust in Massimiliano Allegri, and also owner Silvio Berlusconi," Galliani told Repubblica.it.
"Today against Udinese the squad played well even with nine players on the pitch. We have only played four games, it's too soon to arrive at bad conclusions. Now, fortune seems against us."