ALLEGRI HAPPY TO KEEP TOP NAMES

Massimiliano Allegri has thanked Silvio Berlusconi for not selling AC Milan's top assets.

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Massimiliano Allegri: Thankful to presid

Massimiliano Allegri: Thankful to presid

AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri has thanked club owner Silvio Berlusconi for not selling the team's top assets this summer.

The Rossoneri club turned down an offer of 50million euros from Paris Saint-Germain last week for their Brazilian defender Thiago Silva.

Moreover, the Italian giants confirmed that star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will also remain at the San Siro despite the Sweden international being targeted by top European clubs.

"Thiago Silva will stay and that is a great gift from our president," Allegri said.

"It's a great present that Berlusconi has given me and the fans. Also Ibrahimovic will remain.

"This is proof that the club has no intention to dismantle the team."

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