Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani insists manager Carlo Ancelotti’s position is safe, despite the club’s poor start to the Serie A season.
The Rossoneri slumped to their second successive defeat of the season with Genoa securing a 2-0 win on Sunday to record their first home victory over Milan since 1984.
The defeats have heaped the pressure on Ancelotti, but Galliani confirmed that the coach has the club’s full backing.
He told Sky Italia: “Ancelotti remains. This is the last time I will say this.”
Ancelotti, meanwhile, remains confident he can turn things around.
“Looking at the standings there’s nothing to be happy about,” he said. “But we have what it takes to put things right.”
“I’m sure we will do it. I am sorry for what is happening.
“As for what the newspapers write about me leaving, I am not interested.”