Adriano Galliani explains the moment when everything went wrong with Milan, Carlos Tevez regrets, and why Mino Raiola and Gianluigi Donnarumma were so gracious.
The former vice president is now the CEO of another club of Silvio Berlusconi, Monza, in Serie C.
Top Calcio 24 was dreaming about his time in San Siro and the beaters of the world missed their way.
“Let’s not beat around the bush, Milan collapsed after the big stars were sold,” Galliani said, addressing Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva’s departure to PSG in 2012
“We won the Scudetto in 2010-11 and 2011-12 came to a close but lost it to the finish. It’s our fault because we tried to win the Coppa Italia and worried so hard on Thiago Silva. Even in the semi-final, we hadn’t faced him, things would have gone differently.
“Of course, if we had signed Tevez then we would have certainly won the Scudetto in 2012. I was thinking of a front line of Ibrahimovic and Tevez but that’s soccer, that didn’t happen. “Galliani is Agent Raiola’s best friend and has defended the guy who represents the Donnarumma.
“To Raiola I still worked well. He has received a lot of money, it’s true, but he still acted equally with me. He had the chance to take Donnarumma away from Milan as a free agent twice, but he didn’t do so. “Galliani refused to answer two questions: did Marco van Basten give an ultimatum to coach Arrigo Sacchi, and are Juventus preferred by referees. “I argue with fourth.”