Milan vice president Adriano Galliani is not fazed by all the hype coming from Los Angeles regarding David Beckham. The chief has spoken, and he is confident of keeping the Englishman by doing the deal his way.
The latest reports from the USA claim that the deadline for the deal has expired, and both Galaxy chief Tim Leiweke and coach Bruce Arena insist that there will be no further negotiations early on Saturday morning.
However, bullish Galliani has reacted to the voices, stating that he has other ideas as he tries to force Becks' stay.
"They do things with great generosity in America," Galliani told Sky Sport Italia.
"Let me remind everyone that Beckham is still here at Milan and we will see what happens in around a month's time.
"The Americans? I don't think there are using tactics. Lets think about the derby first tomorrow and then we will see."
Sky Sport Italia report that a deal for Beckham has already been reached and that it will be officially announced before the showdown match with Inter on Sunday night.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com