The future of AC Milan coach Clarence Seedorf will be decided at the end of the season, according to club president Silvio Berlusconi.
Reports in Italy claim the Dutchman could leave this summer after his relationship with AC Milan administrator Adriano Galliani has apparently deteriorated.
Seedorf, who abandoned his playing career to join Milan for his first coaching job in January, has led the Rossoneri to 10 league wins in 17 games in charge.
When asked about Seedorf's future, Berlusconi said to Gazzetta dello Sport: "We will decide all together in our administration council meeting at the end of the season.
"He (Seedorf) does have a contract with us for the next two years."
Despite a dismal campaign, which saw Milan sack coach Massimiliano Allegri earlier this year, the Rossoneri are still on course to qualify for the Europa League.
Last weekend's 1-0 triumph over Inter Milan in the city derby lifted Milan to eighth in the standings.
The Rossoneri are just one point adrift of Torino, who are sixth and hold the last European qualifying spot with two games remaining.
Milan square off against Atalanta in Bergamo on Sunday before ending the season at home to Sassuolo on May 18.