Berlusconi expected to visit Milanello on Saturday.
AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri has urged his players to remain focused after a week which saw vice-president Adriano Galliani resign.
The Rossoneri travel to Sicily this weekend to face Catania, and while they will have taken confidence from their win over Celtic in mid-week, the victory has been overshadowed by Galliani’s exit.
With Barbara Berlusconi expected to put in place her new management structure, Galliani admitted that he was disappointed by the manner in which he is set to leave the club as he conceded he will resign in the next week or so.
Nevertheless, Allegri has called upon his players to remain focused on Sunday’s encounter as they look to begin their ascent up the Serie A table.
“We must continue to focus on the pitch, just as we always have done so far,” he told reporters, according to Football Italia.
“We read and hear what is happening, but it must not touch us. It is a delicate situation in which everyone is seeking the best solution for Milan.”
President Silvio Berlusconi was expected at Milanello on Saturday to discuss the situation with the squad and address the media after spending four hours having dinner with Galliani at his villa on Friday night.
Berlusconi admitted prior to the meeting that he was disappointed by Galliani’s comments to the media earlier in the day, but due to bad weather he has been forced to cancel his visit.
Early speculation on Friday suggested that Paolo Maldini will return to the club as the technical director as part of Barbara’s long-term vision, although there has been no official confirmation from the Rossoneri.
With Allegri’s future also unclear beyond next summer, he is keen to remain focused on his job as the Italian giants hope to get back into contention for a top three finish.