MILAN, Italy – AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has played down his row with coach Massimiliano Allegri during their 2-2 draw with Palermo in Serie A on Tuesday.
The Rossoneri were trailing 2-0 at half-time and Galliani was reportedly not happy with the way Allegri had set up the team.
However, Milan changed their approach in the second half after a reported discussion between the duo over the phone and they scored twice to rescue a point .
"We cleared two or three things and there was peace immediately afterwards," Galliani told Gazzetta.it.
"[Owner Silvio] Berlusconi was not involved. He's serene, I talk with him every day. I know what he thinks. I don't need solicitations."